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NASA Goddard's HD Resource Tapes
 
Goddard high-definition resource tapes highlight the best of NASA's video library in HD 720p.

05.18.09 - Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Resource Tape

Artist concept of LROThe LRO resource tape features raw footage and animations from all aspects of the mission up to its launch.

GSFC Library #: G2009-030
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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09.05.08 - Hubble Resource Tapes

Hubble Resource ReelsA series of resource reels featuring raw footage and animations from the last mission to Hubble.

GSFC Library #: G2008-008HD, G2008-009HD, G2008-100HD
Center Contact: Susan Hendrix: 301-286-7745

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05.22.08 - Chesapeake Bay Resource Tape

Image of the Chesapeake BayThis tape contains a wide-ranging set of NASA video sequences in and around the Chesapeake Bay. The beautiful headlining sequences were created using Landsat satellite data with a resolution of 30 meters per pixel. Studying the Chesapeake Bay is of special significance to NASA because our headquarters and preeminent Earth Science site, the Goddard Space Flight Center, are both located near its shores and well within its sensitive watershed.

GSFC Library #: G2008-034HD
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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04.28.08 - Landsat HD Resource Tape

Landsat image of polar region iceThe following is a series of HD visualizations generated using Landsat data. Landsat satellites have taken specialized digital photographs of Earth's continents and surrounding coastal regions for over three decades, enabling people to study many aspects of our planet and to evaluate the dynamic changes caused by both natural processes and human practices. Scheduled for launch in summer 2011, the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) will extend the long-standing legacy of Landsat data.

GSFC Library #: G2008-041HD
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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02.01.08 - Atmosphere HD Resource Tape

Image of a satellite looking at EarthUsing a fleet of Earth-observing spacecraft, NASA is capable of monitoring interactions between Earth and its atmosphere like no one else. NASA satellites allow us to observe and quantify key atmospheric vital signs, such as ozone concentrations, carbon monoxide and other pollutants, aerosols, particulates, and many more.

GSFC Library #: G08-042HD
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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08.22.07 - Climate Change HD Resource Tape

The region surrounding the North PoleFrom polar ice to phytoplankton, parts of the earth system are constantly changing. At NASA, scientists strive to better understand these changes and how they are interconnected. Using remote-sensing data from satellites, this research diagnoses our planet’s current health and will help future generations and explorers understand the earth system as a whole.

GSFC Library #: G07-001HD
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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08.22.07 - Blue Marble HD Resource Tape

Earth, the Blue MarbleIn 1972, from a distance of 28,000 miles, the crew of Apollo 17 took a photograph of the Earth that would go on to become one of the most famous images of all time. Termed "The Blue Marble," this was only the beginning of NASA's endeavors to observe the Earth's surface from the unique vantage point of space. Using data from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument on board the Terra satellite, NASA scientists obtain monthly global, cloud-free, true-color pictures of the Earth's land cover at a 500-meter spatial resolution. These pictures reveal spectacular new views of our home planet, the so-called "Blue Marble."

GSFC Library #: G07-002HD
Center Contact: Deanna Kekesi: 301-286-0041

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08.22.07 - Astrophysics HD Resource Tape

Artist's concept of a black holeThe Astrophysics Science Division at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center conducts a broad program of research in the realm of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Fundamental Physics. ASD’s missions and scientists attempt to answer questions about how galaxies, stars, and planetary systems form and evolve; what worlds and life may exist beyond our solar system; what powered the big bang; what dark energy is; and what happens to space, time, and matter at the edge of a black hole.

GSFC Library #: G07-007HD
Center Contact: Wade Sisler: 301-286-6256

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