Casey movies

Casey's entry in the 2008 48-Hour Antarctic Filmmaking Competition:

[Video]

Take an armchair trip down to Casey and experience the station in different moods via PJ's home movies. Be sure to re-visit this page as new clips will be published from time to time.

  • QuickTime VR of Casey. Copyright P. Johnson [1.6 MB] This is a time-lapse of the station taken on 9 May 2003. It is filmed from the perspective of the operations building between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm local time. Each frame was taken at 6 second intervals and the camera was rotated by 0.041 degrees under computer control.
  • QuickTime VR of Casey. Copyright P. Johnson [1.8 MB] This is a time lapse of the station taken on 14 May 2003. It was also filmed from the perspective of the operations building between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm local time. Each frame was taken at 6 second intervals and the camera was rotated by 0.041 degrees under computer control.
  • Snow petrels flying above Reeves Hill at Casey. Copyright P. Johnson [2.3 MB]
  • Bergs and bergy bits and clouds moving with the current. From the met techs window of the ops building looking north. [1.9 MB] Copyright P. Johnson.
  • Clouds through the front window of the met techs office. One frame per 10 seconds. 19 January 2003. Copyright P. Johnson [0.5 MB]
  • Casey to Wilkes in a Hagglunds. A 6.25 minute drive by Hagglunds from Casey to the Wilkes field hut, known as the "Wilkes Hilton'. (We really did not drive this fast, just sped up for movie). Copyright P. Johnson [2.4 MB].

    There is speech on this video clip of the Hagglunds trip from Casey to Wilkes. If you are unable to access it please contact us for a transcript.

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This page was last modified on 22 May 2003.