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Looking At Earth Lab 1 September 2, 2019 Keeley Solerto The purpose of this lab is to learn about various historical, scientific advancements that have created a path for one to better understand and picture scientific discoveries. In this lab, one will take a look through history and discover the technological advancements that have aided scientists, military, and photographers in the developments of aerial and satellite photography. These advancements in photography have helped the military in land navigation and covert missions due to the use of infrared, aerial, and landsat cameras. Along with aiding the military, these advancements in photography have aided scientists with photographs of geological, environmental, and industrial changes in various areas. 1. Who took the kite photograph of the San Francisco earthquake ? Lt. Hugh D. Wise 2. Name 2 men who took photos from rockets in the 1890-1910 time periods. Alfred Noble, Alfred Maul 3. Who patented the first “pigeon camera?” Dr. Julius Neubronner 4. Who took the first successful aerial photograph in the U.S.? When and where? William Black; 1860; Samuel Archer King’s balloon 5. Who used balloons for Civil War reconnaissance? Thaddeus Lowe 6. What was the difference in purpose between the Moby Dick Program and the Explorer II Program?
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  • Fall '19
  • Remote Sensing, Aerial photography, Google Earth, Google Maps, satellite imagery, Keeley Solerto

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