Why Watch? Because the things of this universe will steal the breath right out of your lungs.

This experimental piece instantly became a favorite because it combines still and moving imagery from the NASA Cassini Mission with the music of Nine Inch Nails, and it’s edited together with keen understanding.

The music and the vast nothingness make for a heavy, somber feeling, but the grandiose nature of what’s filling the void is something triumphant and brimming with cosmic importance. It, at once, reminds us that we’re small and of what something small can do. We can travel out into the blackness of the universe and bring back its beauty.

What does it cost? Just 2 minute of your time.

Check out Cassini Mission for yourself:


Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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