As some of you may know, I’ve been doing some work for slooh.com. Slooh is an astronomy community. Its three telescopes are available to the members. Two of the scopes are in the Canary Islands. One is in Chile. Each is in a superb location to clearly view the nighttime sky.
My job is to produce videos and host webcasts for Slooh. We’ve got one coming up Friday at 6p EDT/3p PDT about Comet 209P/Linear. It’s the object responsible for what could be an amazing meteor shower Friday night.
Slooh has also just announced a partnership with NASA in their Grand Asteroid Challenge. I produced a 2 1/2 minute video for that (below).
If you would have stopped me when I got into broadcasting and told me I’d be able to edit something like this without leaving my home office I’d have thought you nuts! These capabilities are beyond amazing.
I designed this PC specifically for editing It’s equal to the task. I couldn’t be happier.
I’m pretty happy with how the video came out too.
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Great work, Geoff. You’ve got a great voice and you’re right. I can’t believe that was edited on a computer. I still have nightmares about editing reel to reel audio and video. How cool is digital editing!
Looking forward to more of these webcasts. (I still miss Mr. Science.)
Geoff very interesting I always loved your segments because of their relevance and I always learned something.
Miss you in Ct you always did a great job.
We miss you in CT, but it looks like doors have opened for you, and you have awesome new opportunities coming your way since you moved. Congratulations!