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  1. 1. Heaton603 Storyboard Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Title Page/Intro Screen 1 of 13 Narration: Background: Slice of Universe – stars and galaxies Out of this World! Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Verdana/25 Actual text: Out of this World! The Universe. A dark and expansive space full of galaxies and solar systems, too many to fathom or comprehend. Come out of this world with me to see what lies beyond. Audio: Gentle Background Music (All) Transition to next clip: Fade out, white Animation: Spin Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  2. 2. Name of video: Out of this World! Background: Creation Explanation Screen: 2 of 13 Narration: Nebula, Omega/Swan Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Omega/Swan Nebula The universe. How did it come to be? There are many theories and explanations. The Big Bang, Creationism. You can decide, but we do know where stars form. This is a picture of the Omega/Swan Nebula taken from the Hubble telescope. Stars form from nebulas such as this, house interstellar gas and dust. Look closer and you can see stars that have just been born. Transition to next clip: Ease out Animation: Bow Tie Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  3. 3. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Universe Background: Screen 3 of 13 Narration: Universe Slice Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Universe Galaxies, Dark Matter (shown by arrow) Here lies the universe. Full of galaxies, stars, planets, dust, gas… The universe is full of solids, liquids, gases and something we call dark matter. A material that is holding everything together, like invisible thread. It is ever changing. The universe is expanding at about 72 km/sec/3.26 million light-years and it is predicted to be 12-14 billion years old. Transition to next clip: fade out, white Animation: whirlwind Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  4. 4. Name of video: Out of this World! Background: Description of this scene: Galaxies, three types Elliptical explained Screen 4 of 13 Narration: elliptical Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Elliptical Galaxies - About 10% of visible galaxies are elliptical. Within the universe, there are millions of galaxies. Within the galaxies light can be seen, this is from the millions of stars that are burning within each galaxy. These galaxies can be spiral, elliptical, or irregular. Elliptical galaxies, as shown here, are circular or elliptical, consisting usually of older stars that do not shine as brightly. Transition to next clip: Ease out Animation: Split Vertical Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  5. 5. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Galaxies, three types Irregular Galaxies Explained Background: Screen 5 of 13 Narration: Irregular Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Irregular Galaxies - 3% of all the galaxies visible are irregular Transition to next clip: Fade out, black Animation: Zig Zag Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Irregular galaxies have a lack of symmetry, with odd designs. The stars can still be seen here shining brightly.
  6. 6. Name of video: Out of this World! Background: Description of this scene: Galaxies, three types Spiral Galaxies Explained Screen 6 of 13 Narration: Spiral Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Spiral Galaxies – Most Numerous Transition to next clip: Ease In Animation: Slide In Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Spiral galaxies, beautiful disks with outstretched arms full of mostly hydrogen gas, dust, and stars.
  7. 7. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Galaxies, Milky Way Background: Screen: 7 of 13 Narration: Milky Way Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 Actual text: Milky Way – Our Home Galaxy Via Lactea Transition to next clip: Fade Out, White Animation: Fan Up Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Perhaps no galaxy is more important than our home galaxy, the Milky Way. The spiral arms that move around a black hole center look like a milk path across the dark sky. This led early astronomers to call it “Via Lactea” in Latin or “Road of Milk”.
  8. 8. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Galaxies, Milky Way and Andromeda Future Background: Collision Course Screen: 8 of 13 Narration: Collision of Galaxies Color/Type/Size of Font: NGC 2207 and IC216 AM 0500-620 Colliding (2008) black and white/verdana/15 Actual text: The future of our galaxy is a rather dim one. The Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy are headed for a collision course. Collision Course NGC 2207 and IC2163 These photos from the Hubble telescope show galaxies colliding in our universe like the Milky Way will in the future. AM 0500-620 Colliding (2008) But don’t worry, this will happen in about 4 billion years. Transition to next clip: Ease Out Animation: Stars – 5 Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  9. 9. Name of video: Out of this World! Background: Description of this scene: Milky Way (Home Solar System) Screen: 9 of 13 Narration: Milky Way Color/Type/Size of Font: white/verdana/15 (title) Actual text: Milky Way Sun Our Solar System (point out with arrow on picture to the left) Transition to next clip: Sweep in Animation: Eye Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Each light that you see represents a star; each star a solar system. The Milky Way contains over 100 billion solar systems with each solar system containing numerous planets that orbit distinctly different suns (stars). Our home solar system is in the outer portion of the Milky Way on a spiral arm called Orion’s Arm.
  10. 10. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Our Own Solar System (Stars and our own sun) Background: Types of Stars Screen: 10 of 13 Narration: White, Stars - (our sun, star images) Color/Type/Size of Font: Black/verdana/15 (title) Actual text: Types of Stars Sun Transition to next clip: Fade out, white Animation: Multiple Circles Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Our galaxy contains over 100 billion solar systems. Each solar system contains a central star with all of the objects orbiting that star including planets, moons, comets, meteors, and dust. These central stars can be different sizes and colors. Our sun in our solar system is a medium star that is yellow. The hottest stars burn blue.
  11. 11. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Planets in Solar System and Earth Screen: 11 of 13 Narration: Background: White, Planets In our solar system, on the edge of the Milky Way, you will find our bright yellow Sun with 8 orbiting planets. Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: The four outer planets, located past the asteroid belt, are cold gas giants. All have rings, although Saturn’s rings are most spectacular. written on image The four rocky planets closest to the Sun on the other side of the asteroid belt are called the inner planets. Transition to next clip: Ease In Animation: Zig Zag Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  12. 12. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Planets in Solar System and Earth Screen: 12 of 13 Narration: Background: Earth Earth, the most important planet in our solar system. The third planet from the Sun. Color/Type/Size of Font: The only place in this large universe where life has been found. We have the right balance of sunlight, oxygen, and a proper water cycle fueled by the Sun. Everything is perfectly aligned for us to exist. white/verdana/15 Actual text: Earth Earth may seem like a large planet to you, but in comparison to the universe, we are only a tiny speck in a sea of dust and stars. Transition to next clip: Ease Out Animation: Spin Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  13. 13. Name of video: Out of this World! Description of this scene: Credits/Ending Background: Out of this World! Screen: 13 of 13 Narration: White Color/Type/Size of Font: Black and white/verdana/25 Credits All images were used legally from hubblesite.org, National Geographic, and my own personal images. Actual text: Hubble Site (free images for public use) Loni Heaton heaton603 National Geographic (free images for public use) Personal photos taken from Griffith Observatory in LA. Loni Heaton Heaton603 Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html

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