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Animation Identification Numbers 20200 through 20299

Movie ID Title
heliotail animation   20200   Heliotail
16x9 format   20201   Mars Transition
LADEE over the lunar surface with LLCD instrument   20202   LADEE Spacecraft Animations
LCRD deploys and points toward Earth   20203   LCRD Instrument Animation
A four-shot beauty pass of IceSat on orbit   20204   IceSat 2014 Spacecraft Animations
A shot of LDCM over Earth   20205   LDCM Deploy and Beauty Pass
An illustration of the creation of polypropylene   20206   Polypropylene Formation
GPM observing a hurricane   20207   GPM Observing a Hurricane
Lasercom transfers data via laser in this animated test   20208   LASERCOM Data Relay
--THESE ANIMATIONS DO NOT REFLECT THE CURRENT DESIGN OF THE SPACECRAFT-- Please use the  WFIRST Updated Spacecraft Beauty Pass Animations   A five-shot beauty pass of the WFIRST spacecraft on orbit   20209   OLD WFIRST Spacecraft Animations
MMS beauty pass showing 4 observatories on the dayside.   20210   MMS Spacecraft Animation
AtlasV Stage1 seperation animation   20212   MAVEN Launch and Deployment Animations
Beauty pass of MAVEN at Mars   20213   MAVEN Mars Orbital Insertion and Instrument Deploys
MMS Launch and Deployment Animation   20214   MMS Launch and Deployment
NASA's MAVEN spacecraft observes Comet Siding Spring during its encounter with Mars.   20215   Comet Siding Spring and Mars
Animation of stellar nursery with shockwaves.   20217   Stellar Nursery
Bennu'sJourney Poster 1   20218   Bennu's Journey Resource Page
Bennu's Journey movie poster   20220   Bennu's Journey
Full resolution frames for Hyperwall   20221   Bennu's Journey Animation Resource Page
MAVEN Deep Dip Animation   20222   MAVEN Deep Dip
MAVEN observes a stellar occultation with its IUVS instrument. By splitting apart the light of setting stars, MAVEN can determine the composition of the Martian atmosphere.   20223   MAVEN Stellar Occultation
Animation frames   20224   MMS front side reconnection
Binary Pulsar J2032 animation   20225   Binary Pulsar J2032 animation
Landslide animation - rotational landslide.   20226   Landslide Animation
image for story   20227   Mixed Layer Depth Animation
A star approaching too close to a massive black hole is torn apart by tidal forces, as shown in this artist's rendering. Filaments containing much of the star's mass fall toward the black hole. Eventually these gaseous filaments merge into a smooth, hot disc glowing brightly in X-rays. As the disk forms, it's central region heats up tremendously, which drives a flow of material, called a wind, away from the disk.    Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/CI Lab    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .      For complete transcript, click  here .   20228   Massive Black Hole Shreds Passing Star (Animation Only)
SOHO Beauty Pass   20230   Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO)
  20232   WFIRST Updated Spacecraft Beauty Pass Animations
Solar Eclipse Animation   20233   Solar Eclipse Animation
CI Lab Demo Reel   20234   Conceptual Image Lab Demo Reel
Balloon ascent animation 1   20235   BETII Balloon animation
Mercury transiting the Sun   20236   Mercury Transit May 9, 2016
Space is a better vacuum than any we can create on Earth, but it's nonetheless bustling with activity. It overflows with energy, particles and a complex system of magnetic field lines. This animation shows the busy-ness of near-Earth space, where the magnetic environment around Earth can trap electrons and charged particles.   20237   Beyond Earth - Earth's Geomagnetic Activity
Animation depicting the electromagnetic spectrum and the different characteristics of each wavelength type. 4k resolution.   20241   The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Animation illustrating how gravitational microlensing works.  4k resolution.   20242   Gravitational Microlensing Animation
Animation illustrating how a planet can disappear in a star's bright light, and how a coronagraph can reveal it.   20243   WFIRST Coronagraph Animation
Animation illustrating light from a cluster of galaxies being lensed by dark matter.   20244   Dark Matter Gravitational Lensing Animation
Animation showing the difference between the type of planet WFIRST will be able to directly image, versus what has been directly imaged in the past.   20245   WFIRST Orbit Diagrams
Animation illustrating the accelerating expansion of the universe.   20246   Dark Energy Expansion
Articulated spin of spacecraft in   20247   WFIRST MCR Spacecraft Animations
Animation imagining what an ice-covered exoplanet might look like.   20248   Exoplanet Animations
Animation of the solar system.  Not to scale.   20249   Solar System Animation
Animation   20250   James Webb Space Telescope Beauty Pass
When OSIRIS-REx flies by Earth on September 22, 2017, it will use our planet's gravity as a slingshot to catch asteroid Bennu.  Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .  Music provided by Killer Tracks:   20251   OSIRIS-REx Earth Gravity Assist
Launch from Kennedy Space Center.   20253   OSIRIS-REx Launch and Deployment Animations
Bennu title sequence   20254   OSIRIS-REx Resource Page
Movie of OSIRIS-Rex's reconnaissance of Bennu and sample collection. Edited together from the clips below.   20255   OSIRIS-REx Bennu Reconnaissance Animations
Edited movie of mapping animations   20256   OSIRIS-REx Bennu Mapping Animations
Touchdown   20257   OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Capsule Animations
REXIS Instrument on OSIRIS-REx.   20258   OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft and Instrument Animations
OSIRIS-REx cruise outbound cruise to Bennu   20259   OSIRIS-REx Cruise Animation
Artist's concept of the TESS spacecraft.   20260   TESS Beauty Pass Animation
Official trailer for NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission to asteroid Bennu.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   20261   Journey to Bennu Trailer
Beauty pass showing ICON observing the ionosphere. Credit: NASA/GSFC/CIL   20265   ICON Beauty Pass
Wide angle view and zoom in of the NICER payload onboard the International Space Station.   20266   NICER Payload Animations
This animation shows the size and scale of a neutron star over San Fransisco.   Neutron stars squeeze up to two solar masses into a city-size volume, giving rise to the highest stable densities known anywhere. The nature of matter under these conditions is a decades-old unsolved problem.   20267   Neutron Star Animations
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