#video of the day | the Incredibly beautiful flight over the surface of Mars

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#video of the day | the Incredibly beautiful flight over the surface of Mars

For decades, the Red planet is a tasty morsel for the earth scientists. We all deep down dream one day to go , but so far his vast expanses of plowed only a single Rover . From orbit the planet is regularly photographed several research vehicles, one of which — the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Based on the pictures on his camera HiRISE talented Finnish Director Yang Freedman has created an amazing video of flying over the surface until the reach of our planet. We offer you to watch this short film.

Freidman spent three months to process more than 50,000 stereoscopic pictures in high resolution, and then based on them to create stunning videos of flying over the Martian surface. Meditative music only complements the already impressive picture. Initially the pictures were black and white, so the Director had to repaint them manually based on the images from other orbiters. So, frame by frame, Jan combined shots between them until, until it released a video of the flight over the surface of Mars. Agree that he was very, very impressive?

Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwfpSa3-npk

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