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Flat Plane 2020PLUS



All Stars move at the same speed in relation to each other therefore it’s the same distance

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San Francisco-based landscape, aerial, and timelapse photographer Michael Shainblum made this gorgeous 3-minute 4K star trail timelapse titled “Drifting Through The Night.” It features years of Shainblum nighttime shoots presented in a “time-blended” way. After shooting the thousands upon thousands of long-exposure photos across California, Oregon, Hawaii, and Italy, Shainblum blended hundreds of them together for each of the shots seen in the film. And for some of the shots, he mixed star trail shots with normal shots. “The intro sequences are a blend of star trail timelapses mixed with regular night sky timelapses to create a singular shooting star effect,” Shainblum says.


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- 2 weeks ago  

Sure proves all those compounded twisty mix of so called solar system, galaxy's, galactic outward exploding in all directions, no spin,star distances and sizes, all BS. It's very much like a snow globe, which should be called a Snow Firmament with earth realm inside.

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