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    Nasa Timelapse |95MB|

    Time lapse sequences of photographs taken by the crew of expeditions onboard the ISS from August to October 2011 at an altitude of around 350 km. Music by Jan Jelinek. Images Courtesy Nasa image Science & Analysis Laboratory. Editing: Michael König.

    What an Astronaut Sees |44MB|

    A tour of Earth's most impressive landscapes captured by NASA astronauts Dr. Justin Wilkinson with his digital camera. His voiceover describes the special places that spacemen focus on whenever they get a moment.

    Harrier Jump Jet |30MB|

    The Harrier Jump Jet is a British-designed military jet aircraft capable of Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing (V/STOL) via thrust vectoring. There are four main versions of the Harrier family: Hawker Siddeley Harrier, British Aerospace Sea Harrier, Boeing/BAE Systems AV-8B Harrier II, and BAE Systems/Boeing Harrier II. Music: Ian Brown - 'Solarized'.

    Panavia Tornado |37MB|

    The Panavia Tornado is a swing-wing twin-engine fighter-bomber, built by Panavia, a tri-national consortium consisting of British Aerospace, MBB of West Germany, and Alenia Aeronautica of Italy, the Tornado first flew on 14 August, 1974. Music: Muse - 'Hyper Music'.

    Soviet Space Program |52MB|

    During it's 60 year history, the Soviet space program was responsible for a great number of accomplishments in space flight. Mankind's first ICBM, first satellite, first animal and human in space, first Earth orbit, first Moon impact and unmanned landing, first space station and first interplanetary probe. For propaganda value, failures and casualties were usually kept secret. Music: Leftfield - 'Fanfare Of Life'.

    F-15 Eagle |40MB|

    The Boeing F-15 Eagle is a twin-engine air superiority fighter. Developed for the U.S.A.F, it first flew in July 1972, and is one of the most recognized modern fighters. It is expected to remain in service until 2025. Despite originally being envisaged as a pure air superiority aircraft, it proved flexible enough that an all-weather strike derivative, the F-15E Strike Eagle, was later developed, entering service in 1989. Music: The Beautiful People - 'If 60s were 90s (P.M.Dawn Remix)'.

    Landscape Timelapse |35MB|

    Landscape timelapse sequence. Music: Jason Kanakis and his Coalition of the Unwilling - Anything (feat. Laura Jansen).

    The Space Shuttle |60MB|

    NASA's Space Shuttle is the spacecraft currently used by the U.S. for its human spaceflight missions, scheduled for retirement in 2010. Five space-worthy orbiters were built: Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavour, the program has an estimated cost of US$170 billion. Music: Apollo 13 OST.

    Gemini Missions |43MB|

    Project Gemini was NASA's second human spaceflight program, with 10 manned flights between 1965 and 1966. Its objective was to develop techniques for advanced space travel, notably those necessary for Project Apollo, whose objective was to land humans on the Moon. Gemini missions included the first American spacewalks, and new orbital maneuvers including rendezvous and docking. Music: John Murphy - Sunshine OST.

    Space Flight |85MB|

    Manned space flight stands as one mankind's greatest and most inspirational achievments. The various programs spurred advances in many peripheral areas of technology. These include major contributions to avionics, telecommunications, and computers. This video features footage from the United States Gemini and Apollo space missions. Music by Brian Eno.

    Lemony Tilt-Shift |33MB|

    Time lapse tilt-shift video. Music: Lemony Snicket Soundtrack.

    Pacific |80MB|

    The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the Earth's oceans. Its name is derived from the Latin name Mare Pacificum, "peaceful sea", named by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. It covers 46% of the earths water surface (65.3 million sqm) and about 32% of its total surface area, making it larger than all of the Earth's land area combined. Music: Kinobe - 'Slip Into Something More Comfortable'.

    We Never Change |50MB|

    Time lapse sequence using a photographic technique called tilt-shift, set to music. Photography by Keith Loutit, Music: 'We Never Change' by Coldplay.

    WW2 Carrier Battle Group |49MB|

    WW2 archive B&W and colour footage of a US carrier battle group and it's airwing in action in the Pacific. Music: Call of Duty Soundtrack.

    The P-47 Thunderbolt |53MB|

    Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, also known as the "Jug" was the largest single-engined fighter of its day. It was one of the main USAAF fighters of WWII, and also served with other Allied air forces. The P-47 was effective in air combat but proved especially adept at ground attack. It had eight .50-caliber machine guns, four per wing. When fully loaded the P-47 could weigh up to eight tons.

    The Supermarine Spitfire |49MB|

    The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter used by the RAF during WW2, where it achieved legendary status. The operational history of the Spitfire started when MkIs entered service with 19 Squadron at RAF Duxford on 04/08/1938. There was, and still is, a common perception that it was solely responsible for winning the Battle of Britain, however the more numerous Hawker Hurricane actually shouldered a greater proportion of the burden against the Luftwaffe. Music: Pretty Lights - 'Stay'.

    Hitlers Reich |56MB|

    Nazi Germany invades Poland starting WW2 unleashing six years of unimaginable death and suffering upon the world, with a total death-toll over 70 million people. Between 1939 and 1945 the SS killed 14 million people in ghettos, mass executions and concentration camps. The largest being the extermination camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, where appromately 1.4 million people were either starved to death or gassed before being cremated on an industrial scale. Music: Killing Joke - Love Like Blood.

    Paniq Al Fresco |22MB|

    Timelapse sequence composed of footage sourced from mockmoon.sblo.jp. We have time, there's no big rush. Music: Paniq - 'Contemplation'.

    P-38 Lightning |26MB|

    The P-38 Lightning was a WWII American fighter aircraft. Equipped with droppable fuel tanks under its wings, the P-38 was used as a long-range escort fighter and saw action in every major combat area of the world. The P-38 was the only American fighter aircraft in active production throughout the duration of American involvement in the war, from Pearl Harbor to VJ Day. Music: Benny Goodman with Helen Forrest - 'It's Always You'.

    Saturn V Launch |52MB|

    The Saturn V was a multi-stage expendable rocket used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973 under the direction of Wernher von Braun. NASA launched 13 Saturn V rockets with no loss of payload. It remains the largest and most powerful launch vehicle ever. Music: Vangelis ft. Stina Nordenstam - 'Ask the Mountains'.

    The XB-70 Valkyrie |53MB|

    The XB-70 Valkyrie was a nuclear-armed bomber designed for the USAF's SAC in the 1950s. A 6-engined aircraft able to fly at Mach 3 at high altitudes (74,000 ft), which would have allowed it to avoid defending interceptors, the only effective anti-bomber weapon at that time. The cost of the aircraft ($1.5Bn USD), the development of ICBMs and the first effective anti-aircraft missiles led to the cancellation of the program in 1961. More info. Music: David Axelrod - "Holy Thursday".

    Vietnam - The 2nd Indochina War |137MB|

    An 18 minute mini documentry about the vietnam war. Using archive footage, and audio interviews with the soldiers who served there. Warning, contains some very graphic scenes. * Very Large File *

    The Sea |44MB|

    A music video of water and it's journey from river to ocean. Music: The Beautiful people - "The Sea..Eventually".

    The Blackburn Buccaneer |40MB|

    The Blackburn Buccaneer was designed as a long-range carrier-based aircraft. It entered RAF service in July 1962, and retired in 1992, during which time it remained one of the fastest low-level aircraft. It featured many inovative features; a variable incidence tail-plane, area ruled fuselage, rotating internal bomb-bay and wing boundary-Layer control. In 1965 the Buccaneer was approved for nuclear weapons delivery. Music: Death Cab for Cutie - 'I will possess your heart'

    The Blue Angels |45MB|

    Formed in 1946 under the directive of Admiral Chester Nimitz, the Blue Angels are the US Navy's Flight Demonstration Squadron. In the course of their history they have used the F6F Hellcat, F8F Bearcat, F9F Panther(first jet), F9F-8 Cougar, F11 Tiger, F-4 Phantom, A-4 Skyhawk and shown here the F/A-18. Large File. Music: FC Kahuna - 'Hayling'.

    The P-51 Mustang |55MB|

    The P-51 Mustang was a long-range single-seat fighter aircraft that served with the Allied air forces during WW2. It flew mostly as a bomber escort in raids over Germany, ensuring air superiority from early 1944. The definitive version of the fighter was powered by the Packard V-1650-3, a two-stage two-speed supercharged 12-cylinder version of the legendary Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. It is in my opinion the most aesthetically pleasing of all the WW2 fighters. Music: Raidiohead - 'Weird Fishes'.

    Vietnam - The Air war |40MB|

    During the Vietnam war, the Vietcong fought a guerilla war, while the US forces fought a more conventional war, often reying on air superiority and overwhelming firepower. Curtis LeMay advocated saturation bombing, deluging the north with a million tons of ordnance in an attempt to "bomb them back into the Stone Age". The bombing escalated from the North, to the Ho Chi Min trail which ran through Laos and Cambodia. The objective of forcing North Vietnam to stop its support for the NLF, however, was never reached. As one officer noted "this is a political war and it calls for discriminate killing. The best weapon would be a knife, the worst is an airplane.". Music: The Small Faces - 'Tin Soldier'.

    Ballistic Missile Submarine |43MB|

    The modern nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine is one of the most complex and destructive machines man has ever created. Capable of remaining submersed and invisible for up to 6 months, then within minutes able to shower any landmass on the planet with multiple independently targetable thermonuclear warheads. Music: Massive Attack - 'Angel'.

    WW1 - Hell in the Trenches |80MB|

    World War I was the first modern global military conflict - 1914 to 1918. Archaic military tactics met modern industrialised warfare for the first time, resulting casualties on a previously unimaginable scale. Men rotted in the mud, then were sent to face machine gun fire, artillary, tanks and chemical weapons. Over 40 million soldiers and civilians died and countless others were physically maimed or mentally scarred by the horrors of trench warfare. Music: Clint mansell - 'The Last Man'.

    The English Electric Lightning |39MB|

    The Lightning was an all-British Mach 2 capable supersonic Cold War fighter/interceptor. RAF pilots described it as "being saddled to a skyrocket". Designed as an air superiority fighter, it's role was to defend mainland Britain against bomber attacks. The Lightning served RAF and the Royal Saudi Air Force between 1957 and 1988. Music: Ian Brown - 'Northern Lights'.

    A-10 Thunderbolt II |29MB|

    The A-10 was designed for high-survivability with a titanium cover surrounding both the cockpit, ammunition and fuel tank. Placement of the engines decreases the infrared signature lowering it's vulnerablity to heatseeking missiles and ground fire. Music: Supergrass - 'Tales of Endurance'.

    The Avro Vulcan |40MB|

    The Avro Vulcan was an RAF delta wing subsonic bomber which operated from 1953 until 1984. The Vulcan was part of the RAF's V bomber force, which fulfilled the role of nuclear deterrence during the Cold War. It was also capable of a conventional bombing role. Music: "Thunderbirds" Theme & Leftfield - 'Song of Life'.

    P-51 Escort |35MB|

    Video featuring colour archive footage of the legendary WW2 fighter, the P-51 Mustang in action. It's roles included air-superiority fighter, ground attack, and bomber escort in raids over Germany. The definitive version of the fighter was powered by a supercharged 12-cylinder version of the legendary Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. Music: Joe Satriani - 'Until We Say Goodbye'.

    B-2 Spirit |34MB|

    The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit is a multi-role stealth heavy bomber. The B-2's composite materials, special coatings and flying-wing design all contribute to its "stealthiness." One of the most expensive planes ever built: estimates for the costs per plane range from 1.1 to 2.2 billion USD. Music: Massive Attack - 'Future Proof'.

    B-17 Daylight Raid |74MB|

    The B-17 was primarily employed in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets. The U.S. 8th Air Force based in England complemented the RAF Bomber Command in Operation Pointblank, to help secure air superiority over Western Europe . Despite their legendary ability to absorb damage, aircrews faced a 1 in 3 chance of not returning from their missions. Music: Max Richter - 'On The Nature Of Daylight'.

    Demolition |20MB|

    A music video put together using footage of various buildings, bridges and other structures being completely destroyed using implosions. Music: Poison by The Prodigy.

    Glider Flight |35MB|

    Footage of an unpowered glider flight through storm clouds and over a mountain range. Music is from the 'Sunshine' soundtrack.

    SU-25 Frogfoot |40MB|

    The Sukhoi Su-25 is a Soviet single-seat, twin-engine close air support jet. The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975. NATO assigned the aircraft the name "Frogfoot". Russian pilots nicknamed it "Grach" ("Rook"). The pilot sits low in the cockpit, protected by an armoured bathtub assembly which makes for a cramped cockpit. Visibility is also limited, a trade-off for improved pilot protection. Rearwards visibility is very limited, compensated by a periscope. Music: Death in Vegas - 'Rematerialised'.

    F-104 Starfighter |33MB|

    The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine supersonic interceptor aircraft that served with the USAF from 1958 until 1967, and the first combat aircraft capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. A highly inovative plane designed by Kelly Johnson to meet demands generated by the Korean war, it featured many design firsts. Music: Massive Attack - 'Teardrop'.

    The Blue Angels 2 |23MB|

    Video of the US Navy's Flight Demonstration Squadron the Blue Angels peforming an aerial display using A-4 Skyhawks. Music: P.O.D. - 'Rock The Party'.

    SR-71 Blackbird |35MB|

    Developed for the USAF as reconnaissance aircraft more than 40 years ago, SR-71s are still the world's fastest and highest-flying production aircraft. The aircraft can fly more than 2200 mph (Mach 3+ or more than three times the speed of sound) and at altitudes of over 85,000 feet. As research platforms, the aircraft can cruise at Mach 3 for more than one hour. Additional facts and information. Music: Bladerunner Soundtrack - 'Rachel's Song'.

    F-111 Aardvark |30MB|

    The F-111 Aardvark, a supersonic multipurpose tactical fighter bomber capable of carrying conventional as well as nuclear weapons. The weapon being deployed at 2:28 is a Mk-43 with a variable yield of between 70kt and 1mt. Music: Queens of the Stone Age - 'In The Fade'.

    The Great Global Warming Scam |50MB|

    The current dogma is that anthropogenic Global Warming is a fact, I disagree. The crusade led by Gore and his like is all about furthering their own careers and political agendas. Their fundamental assumption is that Earth's climate was stable before man started interfering with the climate's "natural" state. But it is obvious that fluctuations occurred numerous times before now. Come to your own conclusions and don't be afraid of 'heresy' against this new religion. Music: Craig Armstrong - 'Ruthless Gravity'. The Great Global Warming Swindle - Part 1, 2, 3, 4.

    Hawker Hunter |29MB|

    The Hawker Hunter was a single engine British jet fighter aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s. Powered by the non-reheat Rolls Royce Avon axial flow turbojet, with the first prototype flying in 1951. Britain's first indigenous swept wing fighter it briefly held the world speed record in 1953. It formed the backbone of the RAF fighter force from 1954-1961 and remained in front line service until the early seventies, the last examples only being withdrawn in 1995. Music: Sparta - 'Assemble The Empire'.

    The Battle for Iwo Jima |45MB|

    The Battle of Iwo Jima was fought during the Pacific Campaign of World War II. The defenders were well entrenched and instructed to defend the island to the last man. Composed using rare and original colour footage shot during the campaign. Music sourced from the Band of Brothers soundtrack.

    Tornado Touchdown |56MB|

    A compilation of tornados wreaking havoc across the American mid-west. Music: Stereolab - 'Brakhage'.

    The BAC TSR-2 |56MB|

    The BAC TSR-2 was to be the RAF's foremost combat aircraft for the 1960's onwards, replacing the Canberra in the Tactical Strike/Reconnaissance role. The aircraft was to have supersonic capability at tree-top height and was the first aircraft in the World to be equipped with a Head-Up-Display (HUD). The TSR project was subsequently murdered in 1964 by a short-sighted Labour government, and all project material and prototypes ordered destroyed. Music: Gary Jules - 'Mad World'.

    V-Bomber |28MB|

    The RAF's V-bomber force consisted of three high peformance strategic bombers, the Valient, Victor and Vulcan forming the United Kingdom's strategic nuclear strike force duing the 1950s and 1960s. Under the Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) system, the aircraft could be scrambled in under 2 minutes in response to an attack. This was made possible using a system called "Mass Rapid Startup" which allowed the entire aircraft and all 4 engines to be started with one button.

    The Battle of Ia Drang |48MB|

    The Battle of Ia Drang was the first major battle of the Vietnam War and a test of the concept of airborne assault using the new Huey UH-1 helicopter. Led by Lt-Gen Hal Moore the 7th Air Cavalry set down in LZ X-Ray with the intent to engage the enemy, they were immediately surrounded by 3 battalions of the Vietcong. They fought against these almost overwhelming odds for 3 days before claiming victory. Music: Joseph MacKenzie - "SGT. MacKenzie", Jefferson Airplane - 'Somebody to Love'.

    XH-558 - The Last Flying Vulcan |33MB|

    The Vulcan was part of the RAF's V bomber force, which fulfilled the role of nuclear deterrence against the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Avro Vulcan XH558 was the first Vulcan B2 to enter service with the RAF in July 1960, and until recently the last to fly. The Vulcan to the Sky Trust has restored this historical aircraft, got it air-worthy and is now endeavoring to keep it that way.

    The Bell X-1 |44MB|

    14/10/1947, Captain Charles “Chuck” Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than sound. Yeager breaks the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 "Glamorous Glennis", named after his wife. He was able to reach 670-mph or Mach 1.015 at Muroc Dry Lake, California. Music: Jean Michel Jarre - 'Oxygene Part II'.

    Mirage 2000 |76MB|

    Video of the Mirage 2000 in action using footage from the film "Les Chevaliers du Ciel", music is 'Acid Eiffel' by Laurent Garnier.

    Autumn Leaf |25MB|

    A very mellow and thought provoking time lapse sequence. Music: Album Leaf - 'The Outer Banks'.

    Timelapse |43MB|

    Hi-Definition time lapse reel shot with shot at 480p with a Canon 20D, in and around San Fransisco and Los Angeles by 599 Productions. Music: Gattaca soundtrack - 'The Departure'.

    Published on: 2008-06-18 (283771 reads)

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