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EVER
Video HD. 11.30 min. 2016

Everglades (alligators), Florida | USF CAM Museum (Alligators Situation), Tampa, Florida | Everglades (Airboat), Florida.| NASA JFK Space Center, ATLAS V Rocket launch: NOAA’s (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R), Cape Canaveral, Florida | NASA Goddard Space Center, (Hubble Space Telescope Control Center), Maryland | Space Telescope Science Institute (Hubble Space Telescope Image Processing –OP. AURA–), Baltimore | NASA Goddard Space Center, (James Webb Space Telescope assembling), Maryland | LIGO Hanford (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), –OP. California Institute of Technology (Caltech) / Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)–. Washington State. U.S.A.

Cameras, Sound: Nestor Caparrós Martín, Samir Bernárdez Cabrera, Don Fuller, IC.
Video editing: Brianna Sewar, Samir Bernárdez Cabrera, IC.
Management: Vicky Trespando

 

 

 

ATLAS V
Sound. 10 min. 2016

JFK Space Center, NASA. ATLAS V Rocket launch: NOAA’s (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R), Cape Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) U.S.A. 11 /19 /2016

Sound: Nestor Caparrós Martín
Sound engineer: Jon De la Cruz Ikazategi

Sound and Audio recordings (3 microphone systems –omnidirectional, semidirectional and unidirectional–);

- Audio:

[heterotopic –distinct events in different places that befall in a single format / reception–]: JFK Flight Space Center - Control Mission, live megaphone transmission to the different Viewing Areas of the ATLAS V Rocket launch from Cape Canaveral. Signal arrival - capture Delay (diachrony) between the primary received signal of a transmitted audio in relation to other equivalents arriving later (reaching all the signals from the quasi-simultaneous transmission from a unique audio broadcasting to separate scenarios), due to the different times to travel of the sound waves through those distant Viewing Areas –given the different distances between each original audio sources (loudspeakers) locations: -2 miles, -5 miles and -8 miles away from the Rocket launch platform–. / Effect of repetition –"echo” – in the live listening (coupling-deferring in the audio streaming recording) –Emission - spatialization - temporalization / différance and configurative discontinuity of the register, the medium, the congnitive and the sensible; until the physics of the Real–.

- Sounds:

Voice of the public. Sound of the ATLAS V Space Rocket at its ascent to outpace the stratosphere (no sound production). Ambient sound. ("Inaudible" threshold of a stampede-birds sound due to acoustic overlapping). (No sound recording of other species reactions: alligators, dolphins, fish, etc. under the Banana River Lagoon).


 

 

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SEEK
HD Video-interviews. 53 min. 2016

[Questions: Non-representational. Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Black Holes, Gravitational-Waves, Space-Time torsion, Quantum Mechanics. Discontinuity / Multiverse / Co-presence]

Dr. Kenneth G. Carpenter
Project Scientist for HST Operations. Study Lead Stellar (SI) Vision Mission. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Hubble Space Telescope Control Center. James Webb Space Telescope assembling. Greenbelt, Maryland. U.S.A.

Dr. Frank Summers
Astrophysicist.

Zoltan G. Levay
Imaging Group Lead. Image Processing Specialist.

Space telescope Science Institute. Operated for NASA by AURA. Baltymore, Maryland. U.S.A.

Dr. Shivaraj Kandhasamy
Postdoctoral Scholar. University of Mississippi LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), Livingston (Lousiana) U.S.A. California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Dr. Vern Sandberg
Senior Scientist (Relativity)
LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), Hanford (Washington State) U.S.A. California Institute of Technology (Caltech).


Special Gratitude and Acknowledgment to:

Dr. Michael R. Landry
Lead Scientist LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), Hanford (Washington State) U.S.A. California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Dr. Kenneth G. Carpenter
Project Scientist for HST Operations. Study Lead Stellar (SI) Vision Mission.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Greenbelt (Maryland). U.S.A.


Cameras, Sound: Nestor Caparrós Martín, IC.
Video editing: Brianna Sewar, IC.
Management: Vicky Trespando

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