Posts Tagged ‘lava’

Super Mario Galaxy 2 : Bowser’s Lava Lair – Green Stars

Please read the description and watch the entire video before leaving a comment. If you don’t like the commentary, just mute the video or watch something else. This is just a regular playthrough done for fun; for a detailed walkthrough, game help, etc., just do a search online. *** We’re heading back to Bowser’s Lava Lair to get some Green Stars. Both of them are in pretty odd locations, and if you miss them, you’ll probably end up losing a life. Green Star 1 – @ 04:28 Green Star 2 – @ 07:50 We’ll move onto World 3 in the next video.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

MPL3D Solar System – Sun lava

Enjoy the hypnotic and everchanging surface of the stars. Sunspot evolution and solar flares can be observed at this video.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Real-time Magnetosphere Simulation from 09-09-2005 thru 09-12-2005.Input parameters are taken from the real-time solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field data observed routinely by the ACE satellite. Simulation results are visualized in real time. Note all of the plots here are based on the preliminary data (ACE Real Time Data), which have not been processed yet. ¬©NICT On Sept. 7th, 2005, a huge sunspot (789) rounded the sun’s eastern limb. As soon as it appeared, it exploded, producing one of the brightest x-ray solar flares of the Space Age (X-17). In the days that followed, the growing spot exploded eight more times. Each powerful “X-flare” caused shortwave radio blackouts on Earth and pumped new energy into a radiation storm (S-2) around our planet. The blasts hurled magnetic clouds toward Earth, and when they hit, on Sept 10th and 11th, ruby-red auroras were seen as far south as Arizona. “Solar Flares and CMEs keep me up at night…” For the most part, you have nothing to worry about from C, M, or X Class Flares. My personal comfort level is not pushed by a single event until we’re head-long and IMF tilted south with a X-12. Free history lesson: The biggest flare of the Space Age is known as the “X-whatever Flare” from November 4th, 2003. This one saturated the X-ray detectors on the NOAA’s GOES satellites; the jury was therefore out for a while on the definitive classification of the flare. Based on the data found, speculations ranged from simply well above X-20
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Lava Junkie

Lava pours from the ground at Kilauea Volcano Hawaii , had to move my camera equipment quickly as it moved faster then i wished …
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Lava Lava – Shut up Mutt!

Strange humor for bizarre people

Watch a lava lamp while I play fitting music

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