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Capturing the Iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater

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The V1 Video Team made a site visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater and Park to capture video interviews and witness an ambitious drone-based reality-capture exercise to photograph and model the mountain park. The visualization team from engineering firm Kimley-Horn captured the area for the City and County of Denver, which owns and maintains the park. Autodesk and its partner 3D Robotics were on hand to demo their collaboration on SiteScan, which creates an automated workflow from drone capture to use within Autodesk’s modeling software. The mission had many purposes, including historical archiving of the park, modeling stormwater erosion, tracking trail maintenance, and building acoustics and lighting models for the amphitheater.

Meteors Encountering Earth’s Atmosphere

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This video was acquired August 10, 2016, with a high-resolution video camera onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Within the span of about 10 seconds, two meteors associated with the Perseid meteor shower streak across the sky above Pakistan. Video was provided by Tomoko Arai/Japan’s Planetary Exploration Research Center/Meteor Composition Determination (Meteor) investigation.

ScienceCasts: NASA Embraces Small Satellites

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NASA is embracing small satellite designs, from tiny CubeSats to micro-satellites. These miniature marvels are providing many ways to collect science data and to demonstrate new technologies.

Is Asia Now the Center of Gravity for Infrastructure?

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Several members of the Bentley Systems team at the 2017 Year In Infrastructure event held Oct. 10-12, 2017, in Singapore, discuss whether Asia now is the center of gravity for infrastructure.

Structural Engineering of Chicago’s 150 N. Riverside Building

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The V1 Video team interviewed Robert Chmielowski, Structural Engineer and Principal at Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA), at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the complexities of the unique building being developed at 150 N. Riverside along the Chicago River, which include the site's strong and narrow core, the steel used to make it possible, and the software used to design and analyze the building.

NASA’s MMS Satellite Breaks World GPS Record

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NASA's MMS mission now holds the Guinness World Record for highest altitude GPS fix: 43,500 miles above Earth’s surface.

Satellite Animation Shows Harvey Moving into Gulf

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This animation of NOAA's GOES East satellite imagery from 9:15 a.m. CDT, Aug. 26, 2017, to 9:30 a.m. CDT, Aug. 28, 2017, shows Hurricane Harvey transitioning to a tropical storm at 1 p.m. CDT on Aug. 26, 2017, and slowly emerging in the Gulf of Mexico on Aug. 28.

Harris Sensors Monitor Urban Environments

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The V1 Video team interviewed Eric Webster, Vice President and General Manager of Environmental Solutions at Harris Corp., at the 32nd Space Symposium held April 11-14, 2016, in Colorado Springs, Colo. He discusses the company's GreenLITE carbon dioxide monitoring system and how it can monitor an entire city, an example of the technology being used in Paris, and the benefits of a multi-sensor platform for environmental analysis.

NASA’s 3-D Printed Habitat Challenge

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NASA Centennial Challenges wants YOUR help building a 3-D printed habitat on Mars. NASA and its partners are holding a $2.5 million competition to build a 3D printed habitat for deep space exploration, including the agency’s journey to Mars.

The Birth of a New Island

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The newly formed Tongan island, unofficially known as Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai after its neighbors, was initially projected to last a few months. Now it has a 6- to 30-year lease on life, according to a new NASA study.