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Asteroid Impact – Discovery Channel
While this is not an actual documentary this simulation from the Discovery Channel is a powerful and realistic image. It offers the effect an asteroid would have if it ever hit planet Earth.
There isn’t a better soundtrack for this asteroid to travel through space and eventually hit Earth with than Pink Floyd. It’s captivating as the asteroid slowly moves through space during the beginning of their legendary song “the great gig in the sky” from the Dark Side of the Moon album. As it goes crashing into Earth the tempo of the song speeds up radically, complete with impeccable timing.
Slowing down again, “the great gig in the sky” saddens us with realistic imagery of what would be left of our once beautiful planet. As a huge Pink Floyd fan I definitely appreciated the music, but it is the detail in this four-minute video that will either astonish or scare you.
Either way, definitely worth the four minutes. So sit back, relax and let the music of Pink Floyd guide you through space.
While not exactly a documentary, this video presents a simulation of how asteroids travel and eventually impact the Earth, in the most creative of ways, using the music of Pink Floyd for the background.