File:Hayabusa reentry from Ames Research 2010-06-13 300px.ogv

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Hayabusa_reentry_from_Ames_Research_2010-06-13_300px.ogv(Ogg Theora video file, length 45 s, 300 × 128 pixels, 75 kbps)
Description
English: Hayabusa re-entry filmed by Ames Research 2010-06-13 at 13:51 UT by a camera onboard NASA's DC-8 Airborne Laboratory. The glowing return capsule is seen forward of and below the main Hayabusa probe bus as the latter breaks up. The capsule continues leaving a wake after the main bus fragments have faded. This video is a maximum possible quality transcoding downsampled to 300 pixels width of the original to obtain a smaller size and lower bitrate of about 90 kbps.
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Source http://archive.nserc.und.edu/~kml/HayabusaRentryVideo.avi linked from http://airborne.seti.org/hayabusa/ and converted to Theora OGG with maximum quality keyframe interval of 1 and downsampled to 300 pixels wide to give maximum quality but low bitrate using ffmpeg2theora 0.26 - Xiph.Org libtheora 1.1 20090822 (Thusnelda):
  • ffmpeg2theora-0.26.exe HayabusaRentryVideo.avi --width 300 --videoquality 10 --keyint 1 --seek-index --output Hayabusa_reentry_from_Ames_Research_2010-06-13_300px.ogv
Author NASA Ames, one of the cameras operated onboard NASA's DC-8 Airborne Laboratory by Jesse Carpenter and Greg Merkes of NASA Ames Research Center, or those operated by Ron Dantowitz, Marek Kozubal, James Brietmeyer and Brigitte Berman of Clay Center Observatory, or those operated by Mike Taylor and Jonathan Snively of Utah State University
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NASA still images, audio files and video generally are not copyrighted. [1] See also the same video uploaded at NASA Ames official YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/nasaames which states "These videos are public domain"

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File:Hayabusa reentry from Ames Research 2010-06-13.ogv <-- highest bitrate version, keyframe interval 1

lower bitrate version with some artifacts, keyframe interval 64
highest quality 300 pixel version for low bitrate suitable for thumbnails
highest quality version cropped to highlight return capsule
frame at 25 seconds cropped to show both probe bus breaking up and return capsule
frame at 36 seconds cropped to show return capsule re-entry wake
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This file is in the public domain in the United States because it was solely created by NASA. NASA copyright policy states that "NASA material is not protected by copyright unless noted". (See Template:PD-USGov, NASA copyright policy page or JPL Image Use Policy.)
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