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Copper mining in Valley of the Moon, Atacama Desert, Chile 1950
Geysers-El Tatio-Chile-San Pedro De Atacama
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VOLCANO MARATHON 2013
EXTREME MARATHON HELD IN THE ATACAMA DESERT IN CHILE! VERY HIGH ALTITUDE MAKES THIS A VERY CHALLENGING FEAT.
CHILE SOLAR ENERGY
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Chile: Desierto de Atacama se viste de flores
Drone flight over the Atacama Desert in Chile
The Atacama Desert is located in northern Chile to the border with Peru. With about 1 000 km long, it is considered the tallest desert and also the driest in the world. In the background, you can see licancabur volcano.
The Atacama Giant, Chile
Aerial footage of the Giant of Atacama, an anthropomorphic geoglyph on Cerro Unitas in the Atacama Desert. Filmed in Chile.
Chile Snow
AP-APTN-0930: Chile Snow Thursday, 7 July 2011 STORY:Chile Snow- REPLAY 4:3 Cold wave brings snow to the Atacama desert LENGTH: 02:00 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Chile/Internet TYPE: Spanish/nats SOURCE: Channel 7 STORY NUMBER: 696148 DATELINE: Iquique - 5/6 July 2011 LENGTH: 02:00 CHANNEL 7 - NO ACCESS CHILE/INTERNET SHOTLIST: Iquique, Chile - 6 July 2011 1. Pan of truck in the highway covered with snow in Atacama desert 2. Atacama desert road covered with snow ++MUTE++ 3. Truck driving through show 4. Car driving through snow 5. Tracking of snow 6. People in the snow 7. Close up of shovel clearing snow 8. People walking towards trucks in the snow 9. Tracking pan right to a car accident that happened because of the snow 10. Car on the road 11. People walking out of building to snowfall 12. Various of car in the snow 13. Passing traffic on snowy road 14. People getting inside a shelter 15. Pan left to buildings and thick snow Iquique, Chile - 5 July 2011 16. Truck with rescued people arriving to shelter 17. Various of rescued Bolivians descending from the truck, with the army helping them 18. Set-up of rescued Bolivian woman, Denise Canaveri, with a baby covered in blanket in her hands 19. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Denise Canaveri, Rescued woman from Bolivia: "We were desperate, we had no food, nothing, it was a very isolated place." 20. Wide interior of shelter, people queueing up to get food 21. Wide pan right of people in queue 22. Man filling cup with soup to give it to the rescued 23. Close up of man holding a boy in his hands, the boy takes a sandwich 24. Mid of a girl drinking and eating 25. Wide of man and woman drinking and eating 26. Wide of people eating, blankets in the foreground 27. Wide of people eating STORYLINE: A cold wave in Chile has brought snow to the Atacama desert, a region known for being the driest place in the world. According to the national emergency centre in Chile, the area had not seen this amount of snow in close to 20 years. Some areas received up to 80 centimetres (32 inches) of snow, leading to closed roads and stuck vehicles. According to local media, authorities rescued 36 Bolivians on Tuesday, whose bus had been stuck in heavy snow. Local media reported that the passengers may have endured freezing temperatures for up to 48 hours, before being rescued. Denise Canaveri,a passenger, said the group was desperate and had no food. The temperature in Santiago, Chile dropped to as low as -8.5 degrees Celsius (16.7 Fahrenheit) on Wednesday. Other countries in Latin America such as Uruguay and Argentina have also been affected by the cold front. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 07-07-11 0656EDT
Geysers-El Tatio-Chile-San Pedro De Atacama
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Entertainment Chile Film
Behind the scenes on the Hollywood movie about a cave-in that trapped 33 miners deep below Chile's Atacama desert
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Explosions, trains, equipment and workers in Valley of the Moon copper mines, Chile 1950
Cerros Pintados, Chile
Panning shot of the Pintados geoglyphs. Filmed in Tamarugal pampa, in the Tarapaca region, Chile .
Timelapse during Sunset at Valle della Luna in Atacama Desert, Chile
Timelapse of a beautiful sunset at Valle del la Luna in the Atacama Desert
Chile Miners
AP-APTN-1830: Chile Miners Thursday, 30 September 2010 STORY:Chile Miners- REPLAY Chile rescue speeds up, cheering miner families LENGTH: 01:58 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/Handout STORY NUMBER: 659857 DATELINE: San Jose mine, 29 Sept 2010 LENGTH: 01:58 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY VIDEO HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY San Jose Mine, Atacama desert 1. Wide exterior of mine 2. Tilt down of exterior of mine 3. Mid of mine operations VIDEO HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY San Jose Mine, Atacama desert ++NIGHT SHOTS 4. Pan inside tunnel 5. Various of workers working 6. Mid shot of man digging 7. Close shot of digging 8. UPSOUND (Spanish) Trapped miner, no name given: ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ "Our families should be calm because, thank God, we are okay. We want the people to know that we are working and we are very well because we are noticing the effects of the machine work (unclear) We know that up there they are first class professionals, and we know that every time a machine breaks down, our very competent colleagues are alert to repair it at once and continue working." 9. Mid of man digging 10. Various of machine working in mine STORYLINE A surge in the drilling of escape tunnels raised hopes that the rescue of the trapped Chilean miners may come sooner than scheduled. Officials reported one of the rescue drills made twice the progress Tuesday than had been expected. They promised the families that preparations for the rescue effort on the surface would be ready by October 12, and said they are planning for the possibility the miners could be pulled up nearly a month ahead of the official schedule. But the officials also urged caution, warning that unforeseen problems could slow the work. A siren sounded at 5 pm local (1400gmt) on Tuesday in the camp where families have held vigil since a rock collapse blocked the mine's exit shaft August 5. At first, no one knew what it meant, just that it was good news. Then, rescue workers came down to report that the "Plan B" drill had reached 300 metres (984 feet) deep, nearly halfway to its goal, after advancing 74 metre (243 feet) Tuesday, more than twice as fast as expected. At that pace, barring complications, the drill could break through to the miners in about five more days, and be reinforced with a metal sleeve even before October 12. Three drills are pounding through hard rock below the Atacama desert to reach the miners. "Plan B" is a US-made T-130, operated in consultation with a team from Somerset, Pennsylvania, that had experience in the 2002 Quecreek mine disaster, where a similar tunnel was carved to pull out nine trapped coal miners. Many observers had put their bets on "Plan C," a towering oil-industry drill with the power to rapidly carve a separate tunnel to a spot slightly less deep. Now it looks like either drill might be the one to reach the miners first. All AP Television video will be delivered in 16:9 from 10th November 2010. For more information, please email: widescreenap.org Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 09-30-10 1437EDT
People In Street -- San Pedro De Atacama, Chile
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Chile Miners 7
AP-APTN-1830: Chile Miners 7 Monday, 23 August 2010 STORY:Chile Miners 7- WRAP Latest from mine where 33 miners are trapped LENGTH: 03:24 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Chile/Internet TYPE: Spanish/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/TVN/PRESIDENTIAL TV STORY NUMBER: 655178 DATELINE: Various, 23 August 2010 LENGTH: 03:24 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY TVN - NO ACCESS CHILE/INTERNET PRESIDENTIAL TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1230 NEWS UPDATE - 23 AUGUST 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Copiapo, Atacama region - 23 August 2010 ++EARLY MORNING SHOTS++ 1. Pan of parking lot where miners' relatives are camping, also known as "Camp Hope." Chilean flags flying 2. Miners' relatives and friends at "Camp Hope" 3. Miners' relatives and friends sharing coffee 4. Miners' relatives camping outside the mine site using bonfires to warm up 5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Carolina Godoy, miner relative: "We didn't sleep. We stayed up all night long hoping for more news. They said that new images would appear, so we were up hoping to see them, but haven't succeed in seeing them yet." 6. Tilt down of makeshift altar with candles and Chilean flags at "Camp Hope" (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 23 AUGUST 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Copiapo, Atacama region - 23 August 2010 ++DAY SHOTS++ 7. Wide pan of mine site at early morning 8. Barrier at mine entrance 9. Cranes of probing machines at camp site 10. Trapped miner's sister pouring water into thermos 11. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Caterine Avalos, trapped miner's sister: "We are happy, it is what we have been waiting for 17 days 'til the day came." 12. Posters supporting trapped miners at "Camp Hope" 13. Policemen at Camp Hope 14. Bus with rescue workers leaving mine site (FIRST RUN 1730 NEWS UPDATE - 23 AUGUST 2010) TVN - NO ACCESS CHILE/INTERNET Copiapo, Atacama region - 23 August 2010 15. Wide of mine site 16. Chilean Mine Minister Laurence Golborne working at probing machine 17. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Laurence Golborne Chilean Mine Minister: "We have stopped the work of the probing machines until we make sure we have secured what we have called the umbilical cord. The probing machines should be five metres from making contact with them, but we want to clarify that. We cannot be 100 percent precise, but the idea is to establish three or four points of contact so that we can guarantee better life conditions to our comrades down there." 18. Various of rescue workers operating probing machines at mine site 19. Rescue worker operating fibre optic camera device (FIRST RUN 1730 NEWS UPDATE - 23 AUGUST 2010) TVN - NO ACCESS CHILE/INTERNET Santiago - 23 August 2010 20. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Sebastian Pinera, Chilean President: "We have said that in this matter there is not going to be any impunity and I want to reiterate that the investigations, both the penal and the civil, have already started and we are going to investigate who is responsible for what happened and sanction them." (FIRST RUN 1730 NEWS UPDATE - 23 AUGUST 2010) TVN - NO ACCESS CHILE/INTERNET Copiapo, Atacama region - 23 August 2010 21. Wide of mine site (FIRST RUN 1730 NEWS UPDATE - 23 AUGUST 2010) PRESIDENTIAL TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY Copiapo, Atacama region - 22 August 2010 22. Various aerials of desert around mine site 23. President Sebastian Pinera showing thumbs up as he flies over mine site on Sunday STORYLINE Engineers reinforced a lifeline Monday to 33 miners entombed deep inside a Chilean gold and copper mine, preparing to keep them supplied with food, water, medicine and communications during the four months it may take to carve a tunnel wide enough to pull them out. A team of doctors and psychiatric experts also arrived Monday at the remote mine, implementing a plan to maintain the miners' sanity as well. Engineers worked through the night to reinforce the six-inch (15 centimetres) -wide bore-hole that broke through to the miners' refuge on Sunday, more than 2,257 feet (688 metres) below the surface. Using a long hose, they coated the walls with a metallic gel to decrease the risk of more rock falls in the unstable mine and make it easier to pass material in capsules nicknamed "palomas," or doves. The first capsules - which take about an hour to descend from the surface - will include water and food in the form of a high-energy glucose gel to miners who have almost certainly lost significant weight since they were trapped with limited food supplies on August 5. Also being sent down are questionnaires to determine each miners' condition, along with medicines and small microphones to enable them to speak with their families during their long wait. Relatives of the trapped miners have set up camp near the Copiapo mine site in north-central Chile. Euphoria that their men survived the collapse and anxiety for what's coming next meant for a sleepless night for the miners' families, who shivered through a cold, foggy night in Chile's Atacama desert. "We didn't sleep," said Caroline Godoy. "They said that new images would appear, so we were up hoping to see them, but haven't succeed in seeing them yet." An enormous machine with diamond-tipped drills capable of carving a person-sized tunnel through solid rock at a velocity of 20 metres (yards) a day was on its way to the ill-fated mine on Monday Engineers also were boring two more narrow shafts to the trapped men to ensure that their lifelines would remain intact while the larger tunnel was being carved. Mine Minister Laurence Golborne was filmed assisting with the relief effort on Monday. "We have stopped the work of the probing machines until we make sure we have secured what we have called the umbilical cord," Golborne said. "The idea is to establish three or four points of contact so that we can guarantee better life conditions to our comrades down there," he added. When the drill broke through solid rock to reach the emergency refuge where the miners have gathered, the trapped men tied two notes to the end of a probe that rescuers pulled to the surface, announcing in big red letters: "All 33 of us are fine in the shelter." Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Monday said investigations had begun into what had caused the collapse. "We are going to investigate who is responsible for what happened and sanction them," he said. On Sunday the president flew over the mine site. The men already have been trapped underground longer than all but a few miners rescued in recent history. Last year, three miners survived 25 days trapped in a flooded mine in southern China, and two miners in northeastern China were rescued after 23 days in 1983. Few other rescues have taken more than two weeks. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 08-23-10 1525EDT
Milky Way over La Silla Observatory
Milky Way over telescope. Time-lapse footage of the Milky Way in the sky over observatory domes at ESO's (European Southern Observatory's) La Silla Observatory in the Atacama desert, Chile.
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Shovels, trains and workers in Valley of the Moon copper mines, Chile 1950
Colors of the Atacama Desert in Chile
Aerial view of the Salar de Agua Calientes, located in the Atacama region of northern Chile.
Milky Way through trees, timelapse
Timelapse footage of the Milky Way rising between trees. Filmed over San Pedro de Atacama, Chile.
APTN 2330
AP-APTN-2330 Americas L Prime News-Final Tuesday, 18 May 2010 Americas L Prime News ++Thailand Tension 7 02:30 AP Clients Only NEW Troops gather near protesters' camp; armoured vehicles +France Release 2 02:30 Part No Access No BBC Persian/No VOA Persian WRAP Killer of former Iranian PM freed by France ADDS Tehran arrival Iran US Hikers 02:37 Pt No BBC Persian/No VOA Persian REPLAY Mothers to visit US hikers jailed in Iran, lawyer, mother, stills EU Latam 02:47 AP Clients Only REPLAY Arrivals, comment at summit of EU and Latam leaders ++US Times Square 02:30 AP Clients Only NEW Times Square bomb suspect in court 2 weeks after arrest; sketches US Oil Spill 02:28 Part No Access NAmerica/Internet REPLAY Hearing continues into spill; VNR of leaking underwater pipes Chile Desert 01:32 No Access Chile/Internet/CNN REPLAY Snow and rain fall in Atacama desert, driest place on Earth Greece Sculptures 02:06 AP Clients Only REPLAY 2 illegally excavated ancient sculptures recovered, 2 arrested ++Thailand Tension 8 01:31 AP Clients Only NEW Thai troops gather in central Bangkok, near Red Shirts' camp B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 2330 GMT. APEX 05-18-10 1956EDT
Time-lapse:Valley of the Moon in the Atacama Desert, Chile, South America,
Time-lapse:Valley of the Moon in the Atacama Desert, Chile, South America,
Blooming at the Atacama Desert in Atacama Region in the north of Chile.
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Automated machines and workers in Valley of the Moon Copper Mines, Chile 1950