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The Sciences

From Tibet to Infinity and back again

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitDecember 18, 2009 11:35 PM

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A bunch of folks have let me know about a new video that starts in the Himalayas and accelerates you out to the edge of the Universe, and then back again. It's done by the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, and was directed by data visualization expert Carter Emmart. Make sure you click the high-def button! Cooooool. I'd love to see this in the AMNH planetarium. That place rocks.

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