Zero-Gravity Music Video


During one flight was carried out on 15 periods of weightlessness. Total for the filming of the video was made 21 flights - more than a year-long astronaut norm in the process of preparation. Musicians held in weightlessness for about 2 hours and 15 minutes. To achieve the effect of a single video taken with one double, the survey was conducted continuously - when the period ended weightlessness, musicians and members of the clip stayed in their places, the music stopped and waited for the next zero-gravity mode to continue shooting at the same place. Behind a scene http://mediasapiens.tv/archives/56771

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