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Coronal mass ejection
Follow a coronal mass ejection as it passes Venus, then Earth, and explore how the sun drives Earth’s winds and oceans. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center (M4V, 50.6 MB).
Coronal mass ejection
Follow a coronal mass ejection as it passes Venus, then Earth, and explore how the sun drives Earth’s winds and oceans. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center (M4V, 50.6 MB).

Excerpt from Dynamic Earth

[19-Jun-2012] Follow a coronal mass ejection as is passes Venus then Earth, and explore how the sun drives Earth's winds and oceans. Data and models used to create this animation include the ECCO2 High Resolution Ocean and Sea Ice Model (25-Apr-2005 through 25-Nov-2005).
A jury appointed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Science magazine selected "Excerpt from Dynamic Earth" as the winner of the 2013 NSF International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge for the Video category. The animation - an excerpt from the fulldome, high-resolution show 'Dynamic Earth: Exploring Earth's Climate Engine - was also selected for the Computer Animation Festival's Electronic Theater at the Association for Computer Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (a prestigious computer graphics and technical research forum) and as a finalist in the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Science Media Awards under the category "Best Immersive Cinema - Fulsome".
View additional images and videos from Excerpt from Dynamic Earth at NASA SVS along with a complete transcript of the video.
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