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The exhibition was created in memory of Ithaca resident and Cornell Professor Carl Sagan by the Sciencenter in 1997.
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Carl Sagan's Grave Site overlooking Ithaca, New York as seen in winter.
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V580 Newfield Covered Bridge Slideshow, outside of Ithaca NY.
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V581 Arrival. Tree caterpillars! Poor Man's Steadicam with camera in the bottom position. Part of the learning curve with the PMSC can't see the viewfinder as well when the camera is so far away! But I love those low angles. I decided to learn and experiment with this new and unique and otherwise difficult to achieve view of the world. Ithaca NY
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V582 This is the upper section of Treman State Park, which is overall certainly the more dramatic section of the park. The lower section is also beautiful, and we'll do that another day. This walk is to the point where the gorge becomes more dramatic. Ithaca NY
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V583 An awesome and powerful part of the trail, where the water picks up speed. The power of erosion is evident everywhere! I found it somewhat challenging to get a good looking down angle with the camera on the bottom of the Poor Man's Steadicam; of course I could have taken the camera off the device, but in real time filming, we just keep walking! Ithaca NY
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V579 The sign says Built in 1853 and dedicated to Elijah Moore, son of an early settler, this bridge is the oldest covered bridge in daily use in New York State. Constructed at a cost of $800, the distinctive diamond pattern of the Town Lattice Truss is pinned together with trunnels, or tree nails. The roof and siding serve to protect the structure from the ravages of nature. Popular in the 1800's because of plentiful and inexpensive timber, covered bridges or timber tunnels became places for social gatherings. This is the only remaining covered bridge in Tompkins County. As far as the Poor Man's Steadicam (PMSC), this was my first use, and is presented unedited. Pretty smooth up the stairs, although I think through years of practice, I walk on flat ground more steady without the PMSC. This footage is with the camera in the top position of the PMSC.
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V584 A long tracking shot down the stairs, actually running to catch up with my family. Fairly smooth results for such a harsh camera angle! I'm afraid it's better video of our puppy than of the beautiful Ithaca gorge. Ithaca NY.
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V585 Another descent down stairs, thru a variety of beautiful geology and forestry. Then begins our ascent up the other side of the gorge. Ithaca NY
2 Dec 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V586 Lots of stairs, this time going up! Treman State Park, Ithaca NY. Another learning curve experience for me to walk up stairs, backwards, and keep the camera at the proper angle to see the subjects. This is why practice is necessary! Camera still at the bottom of the Poor Man's Steady Cam.
2 Dec 2010
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