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"Noi non siamo Dio. La terra ci precede e ci è stata data. È importante leggere i testi biblici nel loro contesto, e ricordare che essi ci invitano a "coltivare e custodire" il giardino del mondo. Mentre "coltivare" significa arare o lavorare un terreno, "custodire" vuol dire proteggere, curare, preservare, conservare, vigilare. La tecnoscienza, ben orientata, è in grado non solo di produrre cose realmente preziose per migliorare la qualità della vita dell'essere umano, a partire dagli oggetti di uso domestico fino ai grandi mezzi di trasporto. Tuttavia non possiamo ignorare che l'energia nucleare, la biotecnologia, l'informatica, la conoscenza del nostro stesso Dna e altre potenzialità che abbiamo acquisito ci offrono un tremendo potere".
dalla "Lettera Enciclica Laudato sì del Santo Padre Francesco sulla cura della casa comune"

Life Cut con sottotitoli in italiano for english only version go to http://vimeo.com/39295828 (per una qualità migliore potete scaricare il file MOV originale…
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The budding master of a form--found-footage video art collages set in outer space--opens up on Earth videos shot from the International Space Station and probes flying over the Moon, as well as his pr…
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Între noi şi Saturn este o distanţă mare şi este destul de evident că niciunul dintre oamenii care se află azi în viaţă nu va apuca să viziteze personal sistemul acestei planete. Totuşi, acum avem posibilitatea de a face o excursie virtuală prin lumea lui Saturn, prin intermediul unui clip video cu…
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Around Saturn | Fabio di Donato
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Breathtaking montage highlighting Cassini’s best photographs of Saturn and its magnificent rings, dedicated to astrophysicist and popular science writer Margherita Hack, who died on June 29, 2013, and...
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Space plus Shostakovich… absolute win! Waltz Around Saturn with this video showing highlights from Cassini’s exploration of the giant planet, its magnificent rings, and fascinating family of moons. (WARNING: this video may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy)
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Selecting over 200,000 photos from Cassini–Huygens’ eight years of image-taking, Fabio Di Donato animates Around Saturn to Jazz Suite No.2: VI. Waltz 2 by Dmitri Shostakovich. The Cassini program is an international cooperative effort involving NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Italian s...
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A selection from more than 200.000 pictures taken by the Cassini Spacecraft traveling around Saturn’s Rings between 2004 and 2012:
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Want to go for a spin around Saturn? In his dizzying video montage above, Vimeo user Fabio di donato lets you come close to the real thing.
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Simon uses the social media platform to share his observations and memories as he cares for his mother.
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Ein Video versammelt die schönsten Aufnahmen Cassinis vom Saturn und seinen Begleitern. Es entstand anlässlich der NASA-Kampagne zum Foto mit der Erde als kleinem blauen Punkt hinter dem Ringplaneten.
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Because the filmmaker includes this warning with the video, we thought it correct to do so as well. Be warned that the imagery seen in this video may not be sui
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'Around Saturn' gives a stunning look at out solar system's sixth planet, made entirely from images taken by Cassini in the style of early silent films. Read this article by Michelle Starr on CNET.
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土星探査機カッシーニが撮影した画像だけでつくられた映像作品「Around Saturn」は、最先端の科学によって宇宙の神秘を伝える一方で、人を引きつけるアート的な魅力をもっている。
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For more than nine years, NASA’s Cassini probe has orbited Saturn, examining its rings and moons in unprecedented detail and sending back images of things and ...
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A stunning twirl around the sixth planet from the sun using images from the Cassini spacecraft
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Saturn’s a long way off, and it’s unlikely that anyone alive today will get to take a personal tour of the ringed wonder of our solar system. But we do currently have the Cassini spacecraft, which for the better part of a decade has been busily snapping away, taking hundreds...
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