Dark Matters
September 2016

The Earth's biosphere provides much of our directly-observed scientific knowledge, but it comprises only a narrow layer of our planet, which is in turn only one of a near endless universe. Often, then, to understand more about our world, we have to look beyond it. These films seek answers abroad by gazing, and even traveling, into space. Observatories on the ground train their telescopes on distant planets and stars, satellites beam their message out and back to earth from orbit, and innovators dream of missions to mars, and beyond, becoming ever closer to reality.

"Space shavings #0415-0606, NASA Ames Machine Shop"" by Rachel Sussman. This photograph is part of the project "The Poetics of Space" investigating our oh-so-human perspective and un. derstanding of deep time and deep space; where our perceptions turn into misconceptions, and where astrophysics and philosophy begin to slip.

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Geosynchronous
Toby Smith
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Mars Closer
Annelie Boros, Vera Maria Brückner
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Someday Somewhere Beyond
Jonathan Minard
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Vostok Zero
Perttu Inkilä, Velda Parkkinen, Liis Mehine
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Worlds: The Kepler Planet Candidates
Alex Harrison Parker
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Solar Sinter Project
Markus Kayser
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Into Deep Space
Anne Milne, Alberto Iordanov
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Spacefaring
Felipe Aguilar
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Eclipse of Taregna
Rakesh Chaudhary
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Stormy Sun
Daniel Münter
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Sci-Fly
Joey Shanks
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