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I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

Or a simpler approach (If you use the short cut of right- right click over the video and select 'Copy video URL at current time' from the pop-up menu. Paste that into your question or answerclicking over the video and then selecting 'copy video URL at current time', it willmay give you an address that starts with 'youtu.be'. That won't work.)

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

Or a simpler approach - right click over the video and select 'Copy video URL at current time' from the pop-up menu. Paste that into your question or answer and it will work.

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds. (If you use the short cut of right-clicking over the video and then selecting 'copy video URL at current time', it may give you an address that starts with 'youtu.be'. That won't work.)

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I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

Or a simpler approach - right click over the video and select 'Copy video URL at current time' from the pop-up menu. Paste that into your question or answer and it will work.

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

Or a simpler approach - right click over the video and select 'Copy video URL at current time' from the pop-up menu. Paste that into your question or answer and it will work.

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I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

I was going to do this the other day with two videos of the Antares explosion this week. The question regarded analysis of the video so it would have been relevant.

It occurs to me that animations of trajectories and orbits could be useful in some answers. Cases dealing with airflow, dynamic loads - potentially there are applications, it seems more a question of how often it would be used.

Edit - This feature is now available for YouTube videos. If a video complies with the quality standards listed in TildalWave's answer, embed it by putting the address as shown in your browser's address bar into the question or answer. The address as shown when you press the 'share' button on YouTube won't work. If you want the video to begin at a certain time, add &t=xmxxs to the end of the address, where x is the number of minutes and xx is the number of seconds.

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