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Animation Identification Numbers 20100 through 20199

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This animation illustrates the dynamics of the network of subglacial lakes far beneath the ice streams of Antarctica.   20100   Antarctic Sub-glacial Lakes
3-D Anaglyph Reconnection animation   20101   Magnetic Reconnection 2
3-D Anaglyph   20102   Tour of the Magnetsphere in 3D
Left Camera   20103   STEREO Fly-by
How do the STEREO spacecraft make 3D images?   20104   What is 3D?
This animation illustrates the science objectives of the SOFIE instrument studied by the Aeromony of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) spacecraft.
  20105   AIM SOFIE and Cloud Composition
Beauty Shot 2   20106   AIM Spacecraft Deployment
Heliopause movie
  20107   Journey to the Heliopause
Galaxy zoom
  20108   Milkyway Galaxy zoom
11 year Solar cycle animation.   20109   Solar Cycle (Standard Definition)
This animation illustrates a cutaway of the high altitude accumulation zones and low altitude melt zones.   20110   Greenland Ice Mass Balance
Greenland Accerating Ice Sheet animation.   20111   Accelerating Ice Sheet
This animation illustrates how dust particles with ice crystals form mesospheric clouds.   20112   AIM's Cosmic Dust Experiment and Cloud Formation
This animation shows a high-energy photon (blue coil) colliding with a free electron (red ball), which causes the release of a gamma-ray (purple flash).   20113   Gamma Ray Creation
This animation illustrates the effects of increased greenhouse gasses on the atmosphere.
  20114   Greenhouse Gases Effect on Global Warming
Comet Encke visualization from STEREO with a Black/Grey background.   20115   Comet Encke collides with a CME
This is a conceptual animation showing how polar ice reflects light from the sun.  As this ice begins to melt, less sunlight gets reflected into space.  It is instead absorbed into the oceans and land, raising the overall temperature, and fueling further melting.   20116   Global Ice Albedo ALTERNATE
Comet Encke being hit by CME   20117   Comet Encke hit by CME
This animation shows SDO coming out of the darkness.   20118   The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
This beauty shot begins with the earth in full view and pans to reveal the spacecraft in orbit.   20119   The GLAST (Fermi) Spacecraft in Orbit
This beauty shot provides a 360-degree view of the spacecraft without a simulated gamma ray sky.   20120   360 Degrees of GLAST
This  beauty shot shows an over-the-shoulder view of the spacecraft.   20121   GLAST's New Window on the Universe
This animation shows a gamma ray (purple) entering a corner tower of the Tracker. After the electron (red) and positron (blue) cascade down the tower, their incoming paths (red/blue) combine to show the original path (purple) of the incoming gamma ray that created them.   20122   Fermi's LAT Instrument
This animation begins with a Delta rocket launch. Once the vehicle reaches orbit, the satellite deploys into its final configuration.   20123   GLAST Launch and Deployment
Animation of fragmented magnetic fields on Mars.   20124   Martian Magnetic Fields
Solar Energetic particles   20125   Solar Energetic Particles and CMEs
Comet Encke and Solar magnetic Fields   20126   Comet Encke tail stripped away by a CME
Closeup of Comet Encke
  20127   Closeup of Comet Encke from STEREO
Comet Encke   20128   Comet Encke dataset from STEREO
JWST spacecraft animation   20129   JWST
Voyager II animation
  20130   Voyager II
IBEX Beauty pass one   20131   Interstellar Boundry Explorer (IBEX)
Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 headed on different paths out of the Solar System toward interstellar space.  Traveling at different speeds and in different directions, Voyager 1 encountered the termination shock at 94 astronomical units (AU) and Voyager 2 encountered it at only 84 AU.  The result, as seen in this combination of an artist's concept and a researcher's model, is a somewhat 'squashed' picture of the solar system.   20132   Voyager 2 Proves Solar System is Squashed
Solar cycle
  20133   Solar Cycle (High Definition)
Journey to the Heliosphere   20134   Journey to the Heliopause II
In the heart of an active galaxy, matter falling toward a supermassive black hole creates jets of particles traveling near the speed of light. For active galaxies classified as blazars, one of these jets beams almost directly toward Earth.   20135   Gamma Rays in Active Galactic Nuclei
This animation shows gamma-rays from a pulsar   20136   Gamma Rays in Pulsars
August 01, 2008, Total Solar Eclipse path.   20137   August 1, 2008 Total Solar Eclipse Umbral and Pemumbral Paths
Total Solar Eclipse
  20138   Total Solar Eclipse
Gamma Ray Burst   20139   Gamma Ray Burst
LRO from the Earth to the Moon   20140   LRO Spacecraft Animations
THEMIS reconnection animation   20141   THEMIS Sees Magnetic Reconnection
Electromagnetic Spectrum   20142   Electromagnetic Spectrum
Aquarius 2006 Beauty Shot 1   20144   Aquarius
Calipso in orbit over Earth   20145   Calipso Spacecraft Animation
This animation shows the ARGO probe on the ocean surface as it relays information. It then decends below the surface to collect additional data.   20146   ARGO Buoy Animations
Cloudsat traversing Earth   20147   Cloudsat
A single Constellation X spacecraft joins the other three in search of black holes.   20148   Constellation X Spacecraft
Goes in geostationary orbit over the Earth   20149   GOES-M
GPM crossing the globe as it passes out of darkness   20150   Global Precipitation Measurement Mission
HST Looks at the Moon   20151   HST - A Look At The Moon
Mars magnetic fields   20152   Magnetic Fields on Mars
Poes spacecraft over Earth   20153   NOAA / POES Spacecraft Animations
This animation shows the changing habitable zone as the sun expands to become a Red Giant.   20154   Red Giant Sun
Swift leaves the darkness, camera zooms in to catch the spacecraft crossing Earth.   20155   Swift Spacecraft Animations
a 360 degree tour around the Solar-B spacecraft as it hangs above the Earth   20156   Solar - B (Hinode) Spacecraft
Close in as a Neutron Star emits a Gamma Ray Burst.   20157   Neutron Stars - A Closer Perspective:
Ace Spacecraft   20158   ACE HD
CHIPSat passes along the equator   20159   CHIPSat Spacecraft
Lunar Eclipse   20160   Lunar Eclipse
EO-1 Overhead View   20161   EO-1 Spacecraft
Gro burns up   20162   Gamma Ray Observatory - Atmospheric Burnup
RHESSI over Earth   20163   RHESSI Spacecraft
Polar Spacecraft in orbit   20164   POLAR Spacecraft in orbit
WMAP heading away from Earth   20165   WMAP Spacecraft
NGTDRS in orbit   20166   Next Generation TDRS Spacecraft
QUIKToms in orbit   20167   QuikTOMS Spacecraft
Spartan 201   20168   Spartan 201
A step by step walkthrough of the Boomerang mission from launch to return of the sample capsule   20169   LEX / Boomerang Mission
Print1   20170   GLAST - Print Still Images - Wallpaper
Lisa - 3 satellites in orbit   20171   Lisa - Print Still Image - Wallpaper
Cloudsat Print #1   20172   Cloudsat - Prints Still Images - Wallpaper
Print 1   20173   Calipso - Print Still Images - Wallpaper
Print 1   20174   Aura - Print Still Images - Wallpaper
print1   20176   AIM - Print Still Images - Wallpaper
Beauty pass of the NOAA-N Prime satellite.   20178   NOAA-N Prime Beauty Shot Animation
Conceptual animation and data visualization depicting the STEREO-A spacecraft viewing a coronal mass ejection leaving the sun between December 12-13, 2008.  The frames labeled Shot1NL, as well as the mpeg-1 and mpeg-2 files, have no labels.   20179   STEREO Reveals the Anatomy of a Solar Storm in 3-D
SDO's geosynchronous orbit   20180   SDO's Geosynchronus Orbit
Figure 8 animation   20181   SDO Figure 8
SDO Launch and Deployment.   20182   SDO Launch and Deployment
July 11, 2010 eclipse animation   20183   Eclipse Path Animation
Watch V407 Cyg go nova! In this animation, gamma rays (magenta) arise when accelerated particles in the explosion's shock wave crash into the red giant's stellar wind.   20184   Fermi Sees a Nova
Heliopause cycle animation   20185   Heliopause Cycle
Cosmic ray flux animation   20186   Cosmic Rays and the Heliopause
Animation using real solar imagery showing coverage of the sun pre-STEREO.   20187   STEREO Sun360 Animations
This animation shows how a hypothetical future mission might eventually employ   20189   Tractor Beam
Venus 2012 Transit animation.   20190   2012 Venus Transit
GPM Beauty pass 1   20191   Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory
Fusion   20192   Space Weather
Learn more about how SAM analyzes Martian samples by watching this video!   20193   Curiosity Rover Shakes, Bakes, and Tastes Mars with SAM
This video is available in multiple formats. The annotations next to each format indicate the codec or intended use.   20195   AGU Press Conference 12/3/12 - Paul Mahaffy Multimedia
Nutation and Precession:  Nutation and precession are the periodic and long-term motion of the Earth's spin axis in space. The direction of the Earth's axis in space, shown in orange, changes over time with respect to extremely distant objects, such as quasars. When measured with respect to these distant objects, the spin axis appears to trace a circle in the celestial sphere over a long period of time (approximately 26,000 years). This motion is driven by the gravity of the Moon and the Sun acting on the Earth's equatorial bulge. However, because the Moon orbits the Earth once a month, in a tilted, elliptical orbit, the spin axis also undergoes a smaller set of motions on much shorter time scales (days to years). This is why the line traced by the spin axis appears   20196   Earth Orientation Animations
This animation shows the carbon monitoring system for the Los Angeles megacity and the different measurement methods and vantage points.   20197   Megacities Carbon Project - Los Angeles observing network
This animation shows a global map of fossil-fuel CO2 emissions and the world's largest cities.   20198   Tracking the carbon emissions of megacities
This animation shows an artist concept of the CLARS instrument on Mt Wilson scanning the LA basin for carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.   20199   The California Laboratory for Atmospheric Remote Sensing
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