It is Earth Day, so why not celebrate with two videos that help to celebrate Earth's place in space.
First off is an animated version of Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot. I think you will like it.
Pale Blue Dot - Animation from Ehdubya on Vimeo.
I think from now on, April 22 should be celebrated as Pale Blue Dot Day.
The second one, a stunning time-lapse video called Walu Ngalindi, shows our Milky Way galaxy and two of our satellite galaxies as seen from the dark skies of the Australian Outback. Watch it embedded below or follow the link above to see it in much higher resolution.
WALU NGALINDI from GRANT WAKEFIELD on Vimeo.