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Episode 1 Credits

Space Weather FX is created by a team of producers in Massachusetts, with help and inspiration from the MIT Haystack Observatory Atmospheric Sciences Group, the National Science Foundation's Geosciences directorate (Upper Atmosphere Facilities division), NASA, and many other institutions. We gratefully acknowledge their expertise and contributions.

PRODUCTION TEAM


Loch Ness Productions


MIT Haystack Observatory


VIDEOGRAPHY


Philip J. Erickson

Mark C. Petersen


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Google Earth flyovers
Google EarthTM mapping service; produced using an educationally licensed version of Google Earth Pro

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Science Visualization/Conceptual Image Lab

NASA/JPL GENESIS Program

SOHO/EIT Consortium

TRACE Mission


STILL PHOTOGRAPHY


NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Carolyn Collins Petersen
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