Timestamp Description Attribution Copyright Status
0:00 Pathway to Space Video Opener CU Campus Aerial Photo: Glenn Asakawa; Graphics: Peter Cullum; Song: Garrett Sayers Created by Pathway to Space
0:10 - end "Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter" NASA/JPL Public Domain
1:24 "Newton's Cannon showing the prediction of orbits" John Wetzel, an author at wikipremed.com CC 3.0
2:19 "GRACE Gravity Model 02: Rotating globe without outlines of land masses." NASA / Scientific Visualization Studio Public Domain
2:27 "GRACE Follow-On will test a Laser Ranging Interferometer to measure intersatellite distance changes with unprecedented precision." Unknown Unknown
2:31 "Greenland ice deterioration" Unknown Unknown
2:38 "Eliptical orbit " Unknown Unknown
4:04 "Four Kinds of Trajectories for Celestial Objects" Unknown Unknown
4:22 "Different Orbits" University of Louisville Unknown
4:32 "Escape Velocity of a circular orbit" Unknown Unknown
5:48 "Sun-synchronous orbit" Wikipedia Public Domain
6:38 "While the geostationary orbit lies on the same plane as the equator, the geosynchronous satellites has a different inclination." GISGeography DMCA
7:18 "This geosat diagram depicts the number of satellites in geosynchronous orbit in 2011" Sky and telescope Unknown
7:41 "Halley's Commet" Wikipedia Public Domain
7:52 "Location of planets of the Solar System, Pluto, Ceres and Halley's Comet viewed perpendicular to the ecliptic directly above the Sun during the transit of Venus on 5-6 June 2012; planet sizes are to scale, and planet orbits are to (a different) scale. Constellations names correspond to directions to constellations along the ecliptic. Brighter parts of orbits are nearer to the viewer than the ecliptic and darker parts are farther." Wikimedia Public Domain
8:10 "Gravity assist from the moon" imageshack BMCA
8:12 "A proposed mission to the Trojan asteroids could help reveal new information about the early Solar System." AmericaSpace Unknown
8:31 "Earth crossing asteroids" ESA Public Domain
8:55 "Examples of orbital trajectories with various eccentricities" Wikimedia Public Domain
9:48 "diagram of the trajectories that enabled NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft to tour the four gas giant planets and achieve velocity to escape our solar system." Wikimedia Public Domain
10:02 "Over 40,000 man-made objects have been tracked in Earth orbit since 1957. Many of the objects have since burned up in the atmosphere and currently there are just over 17,000 trackable objects in orbit. Less than 10% of these active satellites. This visualisation, created by Dr Stuart Grey, lecturer at University College London, shows how the amount of space debris has changed since the dawn of the space age." Stuart Grey Unknown
10:24 "A set of NanoRacks CubeSats is photographed by an Expedition 38 crew member after the deployment by the Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (SSOD). The CubeSats program contains a variety of experiments such as Earth observations and advanced electronics testing." NASA Public Domain
10:28 "“Space Junk” can pose a hazard to satellites and other equipment in space." Metal Craft & Riverside Machine and Engineering Unknown
10:31 "TeSeR Image Sequence. Photo: Airbus DS GmbH" Satellite Today Unknown
10:48 "3D HD Star Wars Jump To Lightspeed Hyperspace Star Trek Warp Animated Animation" vbkingofvideo Unknown