Earth from Space is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
The exhibition has been made possible by Global Imagination.
Additional support has been provided by the U.S. Geological Survey and the
Smithsonian Women's Committee.
SITES would like to thank the following individuals
for their assistance with this project:
Andrew K. Johnston
SITES Project Team
Lauren Bourg, Josette Cole, Marissa Hoechstetter, Jennifer
Heather Foster Shelton, Michelle Torres-Carmona, and
The 1717 Design Group, Inc.
Interactive Knowledge, Inc.
Exhibition Printing and Fabrication
Robbie Davis and Jennifer Bine at SITES, Trish Graboske at the
and Space Museum, and John Rasanen and the
American Geological Institute.
Special thanks to Ron Beck and the
USGS Land Remote Sensing Team. We would
also like to acknowledge
with gratitude the contributions of Jay W. Feuquay
Header Image (top of each page)
Hurricane Alberto image courtesy SeaWiFS Project,
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and GeoEye
Observed by the SeaWiFS sensor on OrbView-2 satelllite, Hurricane Alberto swirls in the North Atlantic. Alberto reached its greatest strength east of Bermuda in August 2000. The storm lasted about three weeks but died out before reaching land.
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