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|A high res overlay of the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina to the US 90 bridge in Biloxi.
The image was provided by DigitalGlobe.||08/31/2005||3,203|
|A smaller file size showing downtown Biloxi and Damage from Katrina. Some things don't line up but that is Katrina's fault.||09/04/2005||3,536|
|DEVRIM prints can't be seen from the sky or via satellite image. The image here was done by an image processing tool - artificially - to show how these large letters appear to the naked eye. Original prints are vague and difficult to see. Image overlay in color. Ankara-Turkey. This overlay created to give an idea for people who wonder about these prints.||09/30/2005||594|
|This overlay shows famous locations of Izmir. Name of main streets can also be seen. Image overlay in color. Izmir-Turkey.||09/30/2005||1,188|
|To use: Enable the overlay, go into flight sim, and go.|
I found an image from Google, and made the screen transparent. Image from: http://xwavi.bd.free.fr/sssw/200.jpg
|Took the image of this article |
and created an overlay..
Copyright of the Image: AP/Dundee University/Spiegel-Online
|I took NOAA photos and overlapped them...I was trying to create a large overlay but the photos were all taken from different perspectives. I know this is going to be edited so I just wanted to personally thank you for this site. ||09/02/2005||1,754|
|This satellite image shows the extent of the oil spill on the lebanese coast as of August 1. |
This file was done by the german Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (DLR/ZKI), I'm just spreading it. More info at http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_en.html
|These images from Kalutura, Sri Lanke show how far inland the water from the December26, 2004 went on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka. This is the coast facing away from the epicenter of the quake.||08/03/2005||12,009|
|This image features just a portion of the expansive Sharjah Natural History Museum and Desert Park located on the coast of the UAE. The park includes a vast array of exhibits and a research center for students. The venue gives visitors a chance to learn about the flora, fauna and marine life native to the Arabian Desert. ||02/04/2006||1,315|
|Dust blew off the African coast and over the Mediterranean Sea on June 9, 2007. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this image the same day. In this image, the opaque tan dust plume billows off the coast, along the Libya-Egypt border, in a shape vaguely resembling a giant inverted teardrop.|
Directly north of the dust plume ...
|2005/243 - 08/31 at 19 :00 UTC|
Floods along the Gulf Coast
Satellite: Aqua - Pixel size: 250m