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1. NASA JSC Crew Earth Observations (CEO) Astronaut Photography [JSC_CEO_ESRS_ASTRONAUT_PHOTOGRAPHY]   CHILD DIFs
In Crew Earth Observations (CEO), crew members on the International Space Station (ISS) photograph the Earth from their unique point of view in low Earth orbit. Photographs record how the planet is ...


2. NASA JSC Crew Earth Observations (CEO) Astronaut Photography--Near InfraRed [JSC_CEO_ESRS_ASTRONAUT_PHOTOGRAPHY_NIR]   PARENT DIF
A hand-held Nikon D3s camera was modified to allow near-infrared (NIR) photography from the International Space Station. Astronaut Don Pettit first initiated the camera conversion to collect imagery ...


3. NASA JSC Crew Earth Observations (CEO) Astronaut Photography--Time Lapse Video [JSC_CEO_ESRS_ASTRONAUT_PHOTOGRAPHY_TIME_LAPSE]   PARENT DIF
Time-Lapse photography stitched into videos, ranging from severe weather flyovers to city lights at night to the auroras.


4. NASA JSC Crew Earth Observations (CEO) Astronaut Photography-Historical [JSC_CEO_ESRS_ASTRONAUT_PHOTOGRAPHY_HISTORICAL]   PARENT DIF
Different collections of historical data, ranging from the Apollo imagery to the Transit of Venus.


5. Space Shuttle Observations of Lightning - Mesoscale Lightning Experiment (Red Sprites, Blue Jets, Elves) [SPRITES_ELVES_BLUEJETS2]
This data set is a collection of images and corresponding data related to mesoscale lightning phenomena: Red Sprites, Blue Jets, and Elves. The Shuttle lightning observation research program evolved ...


6. Sprites, Jets, and Elves: Lightning Experts to Discuss Electrifying Research at Conference in Guntersville, Alabama [LIGHTNING_PHENOMENA]
Lightning related data from researchers at the Eleventh International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity in Guntersville, Alabama, June 7-11, 1999. This includes video images of the lightening ...


7. GAI Lightning Ground Strikes [gailightn]
The U.S. National Lightning Detection Network is a commercial lightning detection network operated by Vaisala Group (LightningStorm.com). A network of over 100 ...


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