Remote controlled glowing kites loaded with fireworks light up the night sky over the Caspian Sea in Turkmenistan. It’s an older video but I didn’t have a chance to post in 2010 when it got popular and it also didn’t receive the amount of views it deserves. It’s really cool:
Well, sort of. The water is so clear and blue that it looks like the dolphins are swimming in the sky, among the clouds. Filmed by Matthew Boettger in the Gulf of Mexico off Tampa, Florida.
Erick Reis captured this amazing footage of ‘raining spiders’ in the city of Santo Antônio da Platina, Brazil, last Sunday. The 20-year-old designer was at a friend’s engagement party when he noticed thousands of spiders falling from the sky.
Sky Movies 007 is a new on-demand TV channel dedicated to James Bond. It launches in the UK on the 50th anniversary of the Bond franchise, October 5th. To mark the occasion, Sky created this awesome mash-up of Bond car chases:
Do not miss this one!
Part 2 of Tanguy Louvigny’s HDR Skies is a must must watch! Even if you’re not a big fan of time lapse videos this one is simply too beautiful to miss.
SkyCam, an overhead ESPN camera, fell down onto the field at the Insight Bowl NCAA college football game in Tempe, Arizona, Friday night. The falling camera almost hit Iowa receiver Martin McNutt Jr., who became entangled in the guide wire but wasn’t hurt.
These strange, tsunami wave shaped clouds were seen across the sky last Friday in Birmingham, Alabama. The unusual phenomenon is an example of Kelvin-Helmholtz waves, when a fast layer moves over a slower layer and drags the top along creating a curled shape.
Maybe you’ve already seen the French movie ‘Les Chevaliers du ciel’ (English title: Sky Fighters) or one of the very popular Youtube music videos that use the footage from that movie. I must admit this particular version is new to me, but even if you know all about it, I believe you will enjoy this [...]
Some astrologers have linked the Supermoon to the natural disaster in Japan, but “no evidence has been found of any correlation with major earthquakes”.