Video Caption: This mesmerizing video unveils incredibly amazing sequences around Jupiter and Saturn from NASA’s Cassini and Voyager missions set to stirring music by “The Cinematic Orchestra -That Home (Instrumental)”. Credit: Sander van den Berg

Don’t hesitate 1 moment ! Look and listen to this mind blowing video of the Jupiter and Saturnian systems.

If you love the wonders of the hitherto unknown Universe unveiled before your eyes – and long to explore – feast your eyes on this short new video right now titled simply; “Outer Space”.

You’ll need to watch it several times in succession to catch all the revelations.

The video was created by Sander van den Berg using all original, raw footage from the image archives of NASA’s Cassini and Voyager missions. In less than two minutes it shows a tour de force of many of the most amazing and unexpected discoveries from the two largest planets in our Solar System.

Sander has stitched together astonishing image sequences from Jupiter and Saturn, their rings and moons in a way we have not seen before. He brings the swirling planetary storms to life, journey’s about the rings and fleeting moons and dramatizes the explosions spewing from mysterious Enceledus – that potential moon of life laden with water, salts and organic molecules.

See a moonlet dive like a dolphin, slithering through Saturn’s rings.

Sander has created an experience that exemplifies why we explore beyond our shores to places unimaginable until NASA’s probes plied by. He is a freelance editor and aspiring video director from the Netherlands.

And one day, when we triumph over the “Do Nothing” & “Can’t Do” nay saying crowd, a future generation NASA Space Shuttle will journey beyond Earth and Humans will at last set sight on these wondrous miracles of Nature !

Enjoy !

Ken Kremer

Dr. Ken Kremer is a speaker, research scientist, freelance science journalist (KSC area,FL) and photographer whose articles, space exploration images and Mars mosaics have appeared in magazines, books, websites and calendars including Astronomy Picture of the Day, NBC, FOX, BBC,, Spaceflight Now, Science and the covers of Aviation Week & Space Technology, Spaceflight and the Explorers Club magazines. Ken has presented at numerous educational institutions, civic & religious organizations, museums and astronomy clubs. Ken has reported first hand from the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, NASA Wallops, NASA Michoud/Stennis/Langley and on over 80 launches including 8 shuttle launches. He lectures on both Human and Robotic spaceflight - Follow Ken on Facebook and Twitter

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