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EOS

 EOS

Storyboard for short informational video about our sky and space in general.

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Joe Erickson

January 09, 2022
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  1. Exploring Our Skies Date: January 09 2022

  2. Scene 1 Panel 1 Exploring Our Skies Page 1/75

  3. Scene 1 Panel 2 Dialog The brightest thing in the

    sky is the Sun Exploring Our Skies Page 2/75
  4. Scene 1 Panel 3 Dialog The brightest thing in the

    sky is the Sun Exploring Our Skies Page 3/75
  5. Scene 1 Panel 4 Dialog The brightest thing in the

    sky is the Sun Exploring Our Skies Page 4/75
  6. Scene 1 Panel 5 Dialog The brightest thing in the

    sky is the Sun Exploring Our Skies Page 5/75
  7. Scene 1 Panel 6 Dialog it is quite big and

    without it Exploring Our Skies Page 6/75
  8. Scene 1 Panel 7 Dialog it is quite big and

    without it Exploring Our Skies Page 7/75
  9. Scene 1 Panel 8 Dialog it is quite big and

    without it Exploring Our Skies Page 8/75
  10. Scene 1 Panel 9 Dialog there would be no energy

    on Earth for living creatures to survive. Exploring Our Skies Page 9/75
  11. Scene 1 Panel 10 Dialog there would be no energy

    on Earth for living creatures to survive. Exploring Our Skies Page 10/75
  12. Scene 2 Panel 1 Dialog There would be no heat

    and no light for plants to grow Exploring Our Skies Page 11/75
  13. Scene 2 Panel 2 Dialog There would be no heat

    and no light for plants to grow Exploring Our Skies Page 12/75
  14. Scene 2 Panel 3 Dialog nothing for animals to eat

    Exploring Our Skies Page 13/75
  15. Scene 3 Panel 1 Dialog nothing for animals to eat

    Exploring Our Skies Page 14/75
  16. Scene 3 Panel 2 Dialog nothing for animals to eat

    Exploring Our Skies Page 15/75
  17. Scene 3 Panel 3 Dialog nothing for animals to eat

    Exploring Our Skies Page 16/75
  18. Scene 3 Panel 4 Dialog and animals that eat animals

    would not be very happy. Exploring Our Skies Page 17/75
  19. Scene 3 Panel 5 Dialog and animals that eat animals

    would not be very happy. Exploring Our Skies Page 18/75
  20. Scene 3 Panel 6 Dialog and animals that eat animals

    would not be very happy. Exploring Our Skies Page 19/75
  21. Scene 4 Panel 1 Dialog The Sun’s energy is the

    source of all the beautiful diversity we see on earth. Exploring Our Skies Page 20/75
  22. Scene 4 Panel 2 Dialog The Sun’s energy is the

    source of all the beautiful diversity we see on earth. Exploring Our Skies Page 21/75
  23. Scene 4 Panel 3 Dialog The Sun’s energy is the

    source of all the beautiful diversity we see on earth. Exploring Our Skies Page 22/75
  24. Scene 4 Panel 4 Dialog The Sun’s energy is the

    source of all the beautiful diversity we see on earth. Exploring Our Skies Page 23/75
  25. Scene 5 Panel 1 Dialog The Moon is hard to

    miss in the sky. Exploring Our Skies Page 24/75
  26. Scene 5 Panel 2 Dialog The Moon is hard to

    miss in the sky. Exploring Our Skies Page 25/75
  27. Scene 5 Panel 3 Dialog It orbits the earth every

    27 days. Exploring Our Skies Page 26/75
  28. Scene 5 Panel 4 Dialog It orbits the earth every

    27 days. Exploring Our Skies Page 27/75
  29. Scene 5 Panel 5 Dialog It orbits the earth every

    27 days. Exploring Our Skies Page 28/75
  30. Scene 5 Panel 6 Dialog It orbits the earth every

    27 days. Exploring Our Skies Page 29/75
  31. Scene 5 Panel 7 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 30/75
  32. Scene 5 Panel 8 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 31/75
  33. Scene 5 Panel 9 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 32/75
  34. Scene 5 Panel 10 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 33/75
  35. Scene 6 Panel 1 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 34/75
  36. Scene 6 Panel 2 Dialog There are also 5 planets

    that can be seen by the naked eye Exploring Our Skies Page 35/75
  37. Scene 6 Panel 3 Dialog Mercury, Exploring Our Skies Page

    36/75
  38. Scene 6 Panel 4 Dialog Venus, Exploring Our Skies Page

    37/75
  39. Scene 6 Panel 5 Dialog Mars, Exploring Our Skies Page

    38/75
  40. Scene 6 Panel 6 Dialog Jupiter, Exploring Our Skies Page

    39/75
  41. Scene 6 Panel 7 Dialog and Saturn. Exploring Our Skies

    Page 40/75
  42. Scene 6 Panel 8 Dialog and they all orbit the

    Sun too. Exploring Our Skies Page 41/75
  43. Scene 6 Panel 9 Dialog and they all orbit the

    Sun too. Exploring Our Skies Page 42/75
  44. Scene 6 Panel 10 Dialog and they all orbit the

    Sun too. Exploring Our Skies Page 43/75
  45. Scene 6 Panel 11 Dialog Then there are the stars.

    Exploring Our Skies Page 44/75
  46. Scene 6 Panel 12 Dialog Then there are the stars.

    Exploring Our Skies Page 45/75
  47. Scene 6 Panel 13 Dialog Then there are the stars.

    Exploring Our Skies Page 46/75
  48. Scene 6 Panel 14 Dialog Some smaller Exploring Our Skies

    Page 47/75
  49. Scene 6 Panel 15 Dialog and some larger, than our

    Sun. Exploring Our Skies Page 48/75
  50. Scene 6 Panel 16 Dialog and some larger, than our

    Sun. Exploring Our Skies Page 49/75
  51. Scene 6 Panel 17 Dialog and some larger, than our

    Sun. Exploring Our Skies Page 50/75
  52. Scene 6 Panel 18 Dialog There are 100 billion(ish!) stars

    Exploring Our Skies Page 51/75
  53. Scene 6 Panel 19 Dialog There are 100 billion(ish!) stars

    Exploring Our Skies Page 52/75
  54. Scene 6 Panel 20 Dialog There are 100 billion(ish!) stars

    Exploring Our Skies Page 53/75
  55. Scene 6 Panel 21 Dialog bound together by gravity, Exploring

    Our Skies Page 54/75
  56. Scene 6 Panel 22 Dialog bound together by gravity, Exploring

    Our Skies Page 55/75
  57. Scene 6 Panel 23 Dialog bound together by gravity, Exploring

    Our Skies Page 56/75
  58. Scene 6 Panel 24 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 57/75
  59. Scene 6 Panel 25 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 58/75
  60. Scene 6 Panel 26 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 59/75
  61. Scene 6 Panel 27 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 60/75
  62. Scene 6 Panel 28 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 61/75
  63. Scene 6 Panel 29 Dialog to make a galaxy. Exploring

    Our Skies Page 62/75
  64. Scene 7 Panel 1 Dialog Many of those stars have

    planets Exploring Our Skies Page 63/75
  65. Scene 7 Panel 2 Dialog Many of those stars have

    planets Exploring Our Skies Page 64/75
  66. Scene 7 Panel 3 Dialog orbiting around them. Exploring Our

    Skies Page 65/75
  67. Scene 7 Panel 4 Dialog orbiting around them. Exploring Our

    Skies Page 66/75
  68. Scene 7 Panel 5 Dialog orbiting around them. Exploring Our

    Skies Page 67/75
  69. Scene 7 Panel 6 Exploring Our Skies Page 68/75

  70. Scene 7 Panel 7 Dialog And there are around 2000

    billion galaxies in the visible Universe. Exploring Our Skies Page 69/75
  71. Scene 8 Panel 1 Dialog And there are around 2000

    billion galaxies in the visible Universe. Exploring Our Skies Page 70/75
  72. Scene 8 Panel 2 Dialog And there are around 2000

    billion galaxies in the visible Universe. Exploring Our Skies Page 71/75
  73. Scene 8 Panel 3 Dialog And there are around 2000

    billion galaxies in the visible Universe. Exploring Our Skies Page 72/75
  74. Scene 9 Panel 1 Dialog Our sky is pretty amazing,

    so the next time it is a still clear night, Exploring Our Skies Page 73/75
  75. Scene 9 Panel 2 Dialog look up and see what

    you can spot in our sky. Exploring Our Skies Page 74/75
  76. Scene 9_A Panel 1 Dialog look up and see what

    you can spot in our sky. Exploring Our Skies Page 75/75