You probably never knew that you needed a video collage made from more than 200,000 images of Saturn and its moons set to a waltz by a symphony orchestra, but Fabio di Donato might have just proven you wrong.
These images were all taken during NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, which has been photographing Saturn since 2004. This video was actually published shortly before the Cassini took a picture of Earth from Saturn’s orbit, subsequently causing many of us to question our place in the universe.
Maybe this video will make us all feel a little more positive about human achievement. At the very least, it should make you want to dance.
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