Working with Airbus at the Goodwood Speed Festival 2019 – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Feature image © Airbus/ Jan Wood. Used with permission. As part of our continued capture of the new Mars rover, we recently built a tailored viewing solution for a special Airbus exhibition at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019. Two of our camera systems are currently installed at the aerospace pioneer’s Stevenage base, capturing as final assembly of the robotic vehicle – officially known as the Rosalind Franklin rover – is taking place ahead of its exploratory mission to Mars in…

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Documenting legacies of space travel with photography – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Above: credit to NASA for this feature image. Cameras have been there at every step of our discoveries in outer space. We consider the significance of photographic technologies beyond earth. The Apollo 50th celebrations occurring earlier this month marked Apollo 11’s historic flight to the moon back in 1969. Since then, space exploration has continued to flourish, with broader investigations of other planets in our solar system too. Photographing the lunar legacy The lunar legacy that has since followed American…

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NASA Finds ‘Star Trek’ Starfleet Logo on Mars – Photography Article

NASA has announced an unusual new discovery: the iconic Star Trek Starfleet logo has been found on the surface of Mars. The insignia was captured by the agency’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter that’s orbiting the red planet, and the MRO HiRISE (High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) camera team at the University of Arizona explains that the curious chevron shapes are footprints of old sand dunes: These curious chevron shapes in southeast Hellas Planitia are the result of a complex story of dunes,…

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