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December 20th, 2012
GeoEye Releases 2013 Calendar, Featuring 13 Years of Satellite Images

This year, “GeoEye looks back at our favorite satellite imagery that captured historic and iconic moments that changed our view of the world. For our 7th annual calendar, we look back on our 13-year heritage of satellite imagery collection. We carefully selected one image from each year since 1999 that captures an important moment in history or was simply arresting enough to capture our imaginations.” 

Locations that made the cut in 2013:

  • Washington, D.C. (IKONOS first image)
  • Venice
  • New York City
  • Baghdad
  • Diamond Head, Hawaii
  • Ayers Rock, Australia
  • Gulfport, Mississippi
  • Cairo (making two appearances)
  • Area 51
  • Kutztown, Pennsylvania (GeoEye-1 first image)
  • Mount Everest
  • Dubai

Burning Man, Nevada