Satellites See Wisconsin an SSEC exhibit at the Dane County Airport
The Space Science and Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is pleased to offer an exhibition showcasing breathtaking snapshots of Wisconsin as seen by weather satellites flying hundreds of miles above the Earth. Discover examples of the information provided by the satellites and how scientists are able to take the observations and piece together our understanding of the Earth and its atmosphere.
Free and open to the public, the Satellites See Wisconsin exhibit will be available at the Dane County Regional Airport in Madison, Wisconsin from 11 February to 10 September 2011.
- Brochure (large file - about 700 KB)
- Imagery Slideshow
- OWL Animation Loop
- Timeline (large file - about 2 MB)
- Interesting events as seen by satellite
- Pictures of the exhibit
- Satellite Locations and Space Debris in Google Earth (kmz file)
- About satellites (PDFs):
Please see our Acknowledgments page for a complete list of all of the people and organizations that helped create this exhibit.
- About us - overview of SSEC and CIMSS
- SSEC Spotlight
- PAW (PDA Animated Weather) - weather maps and info for mobile devices
- CIMSS Satellite Blog
- WisconsinView - aerial and satellite imagery of Wisconsin
- SSEC Data and Imagery - various satellite imagery and data
- UW-Madison Press Release
- Tandem Press
- Dane County Regional Airport - exhibit information
- UW College of Letters & Science: News & Notes story