Asteroid Clock Shows Potentially Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Asteriod Info #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Keep your eyes on the asteroids with this project that connects to api.nasa.gov/ from Toby Harrison on vimeo:
At the close approach time of every asteroid, a representative animation is displayed across the clock face: red for PHAs and blue for NHAs. Both clock face animations in this video were triggered by the close approach time of asteroids.
A visual clock with coloured circles corresponding to seconds, minutes and hours is displayed underneath the main information.
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