The following animations all pertain to Argo and many of them are available on the Argo YouTube Channel (argoproject).
When available, direct links to high resolution video and more information about the video are provided.
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|Argo stop-motion animation aimed to inspire children and adults developed by IMOS.
This animation is freely provided; however we request that the animation not be edited, or used in part for purposes other than education or research without first contacting the copyright holders for consent.
Copyright holders: Malou Zuidema & Esmee van Wijk
|Science-comic on how Argo floats work by Michelle Weirathmueller
Original blog post
|Short animation that explains the purpose of Argo and how floats work
Download the animation (25 MB) as an avi file
Argo float location animations
Below are different animations that have been produced to show Argo float locations. Some of the animations require you to click on them to start them. Please credit the Argo Program and the creator listed below.