How the Arctic Ecosystem Might Change
In this video segment adapted from the National Film Board of Canada, learn why the unique Arctic ecosystem may be replaced if global warming continues to melt sea ice.
Great Zoom out of Sabie River, Africa (EOS Land Validation Site)
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
Zoom into Olympic National Forest Time Lapse: 1984 to 1995
Zoom into a 1 mile square area in the Olympic National Forest showing appearance on dates: 26 July 1984, 13 July 1985, 29 May 1986, 29 March 1987, 21 September 1987, 21 July 1988, 13 September 1990, 16 September 1991, 2 March 1992, 11 September 1995
San Francisco with elevation (753), x 3 exaggeration
San Francisco Bay flyby, using Landsat imagery from September 27, 1997
HoloGlobe: Filling the Atlantic Ocean
This is one of a series of animations that were produced to be part of the narrated video shown in the HoloGlobe exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Earth Today exhibit at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.
Buffalo True Color Time Lapse from SeaWiFS
Transitions between relatively cloud free true color scenes of the Buffalo region from SeaWiFS
Hurricane Erin from MODIS: September 5, 2001
Terra-MODIS is one of many satellites that NASA has that helps us here on the ground. Keeping track of Hurricane Erin, the instrument MODIS gives us a birds-eye view.
Ground Photographs from Southern China: Road Development in the Delta
Road development in a delta, requiring significant gravel build-up
Mises University Graduation Ceremony The Revolutionary Origins of the Civil War Women of the Revolution What Makes a Good President? Age of Piracy A Tribal Relic Returns Meet the Weaver Arsenal of War Founding Mothers George Washington's Farewell
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Abraham Lincoln makes good on the founders' promises of freedom and equality. Author Gordon Wood lays out the Revolutionary origins of the Civil War.
Could the war have been won without women? Author and Professor Holly Mayer thinks not. Learn more about the inner workings of the Continental Army.
Author and historian Alan Brinkley shares his thoughts on the alchemy of luck and chance in the Oval Office.Author(s):
Pirates seek treasure both sunken and sea-going, from the 17th century through today. William and Mary Professor Kris Lane draws the connections between the old traditions and the fresh emergences of piracy.Author(s):
A lost relic returns to the Pamunkey tribe in a new form. American Indian Initiative Manager Buck Woodard guides us through treaties and time.
War makes the weaver busy. Cloth for everything from sails to bedsheets is created on his loom. Max Hamrick weaves the tale.Author(s):
A new armoury complex takes shape on the footings of Anderson's Forge. Archaeologist Meredith Poole talks about the site's rebuilt narrative.
Sharp quills did the bidding of the even sharper intellects of the Revolution's founding mothers. Listen to the words of Mercy Otis Warren and Abigail Adams, voiced by Abigail Schumann.Author(s):
George Washington's 1796 Farewell Address teems with advice that rings true today. Listen to interpreter Ron Carnegie read excepts from the timeless epistle.
The Revolutionary Origins of the Civil War
Women of the Revolution
What Makes a Good President?
Age of Piracy
A Tribal Relic Returns
Meet the Weaver
Arsenal of War
George Washington's Farewell