Skywriting message captured by Digital Globes GeoEye-1 satellite just South of Orlando Florida. The last letter of the word on the left side was cut off by the orbit path, but the remain three clearly spell GOL …is the mystery word GOLF?
The map is larger than a doubles tennis court, so large that from any vantage point on three levels you can easily see the curvature of the earth. The map’s exquisite detail and vivid colours come from digital satellite imagery so you see B.C. just as it would appear if you were looking down from […]
WorldSat’s new 30 meter data is literally “out of this world”. Featured as a new reference map on the International Space Station, our new 30 meter data is part of an exciting new product called “Windows on Earth” developed by TERC (an educational non-profit) and the Association of Space Explorers to help identify targets on […]
WorldSat has just been commissioned to produce a new feature mural for Lindblad Expeditions newest ship the National Geographic Explorer!