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Tree scenes from USGS Trees from hemispheric page on USGS site
Tree scene 1
Trees from hemispheric page on USGS site
Tree scene 2
Trees from hemispheric page on USGS site
Tree scene 3
Trees from hemispheric page on USGS site
Tree scene 4
Trees from hemispheric page on USGS site
Tree scene 5
small version of il duomo photo by Glen Bowman Sources of church ceiling images (dome-L post by J. Eric Loberg, Taylor Planetarium program manager, Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University):
2mass Allsky image
2mass Allsky

(8 Mb)
Allsky IRAS/COBE Galactic Dust

(7.7 Mb)
Allsky Celestial
Reference Coordinates

(8 Mb)
planck all-sky thumbnail
Versions of Planck All-Sky Maps
Barringer crater fisheye view
Barringer Crater

-Alan Gould
Inside Lowell Observatory
Inside Lowell

-Alan Gould

Outside Lowell Observatory
Outside Lowell (gif)

JPG version
-Alan Gould



From GeoGraphics Imaging and Consulting*:

Fulldome FX (Troy McClellan) and GeoGraphics Imaging (George Fleenor) partnered to cover the last space shuttle mission, STS 135 -Atlantis. Collected was an assortment of images and sequences representing events such as the Rollover, Rollout, Pad Crawls, Launch, Landing and Tow Back. We have made these available to all planetariums free of charge. The images and sequences are available in PNG format at 2400 and 1024 resolutions via zip files. Also available are images from within the Space Shuttle Atlantis (Re; flight deck, mid deck etc). The images are available in PNG format at 4600 resolution. Each facility will need to adjust size, brightness, contrasts etc., for their specific systems. These images are available for free until fall 2013. After that they will go into our catalogue of allsky/fulldome images. The images can be located under the "Special Items” Category on the website:

* The images are for in-house use only. Please provide proper credit when used. If any planetarium/Planetarian wishes to include them in a distributed show or any other form of distribution they must first obtain written permission from GeoGraphics Imaging


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