Sometimes people share stories of how the inspiration room has in turn inspired something new, and we are consistently amazed at how inspiration begets inspiration. Our friends from Italy recently shared this video of Maestro Massimiliano Pezzotti, who performed a fascinating improvisational flute solo during a public screening of the wonderful video “Evolution of the Moon” originally produced by the Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) at GSFC.

“Gruppo Caronte” has a Facebook post of the video taken in Lavis, near Trento, Italy, on Saturday June, 24, 2013.

Posted by: Soderman/NLSI Staff
Source: Andrea Bernagozzi

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