Come see what all of the State of Hawaii is like RIGHT NOW from the GOES-10 satellite.
Virtually Hawaii is brought to you by researchers at the University
of Hawaii, Proxemy Research, Inc., Terra Systems, Inc., Hawai'i and
Private Company Sponsors.
Follow this link to find Information related to the Virtually Hawaii project.
Come and visit the VolcanoArtHawaii Site for some original paintings of Kilauea in eruption.
Take a Virtual Field Trip to Kauai, Molokai, Oahu, the Big Island or Maui for a guided tour that includes many air and ground photographs. There are also several tours of Kilauea Volcano that include remote sensing data and a multitude of interesting local features.
Virtually Hawaii is one of several Internet projects funded by NASA's Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications (IITA) program, which is part of the High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) initiative. Virtually Hawaii is run through the Hawaii Space Grant Consortium, UH Manoa.
After August 31, 1999, we will respond only to inquiries regarding
the use of VH content. Such inquiries should be directed to
(last updated: August 23)
what's new here at Virtually Hawaii. If you haven't visited us
in a while this is where you should start.
Check out our Remote Sensing Tutorials! You can pick either a Radar Tutorial or our Visible and InfraRed Tutorial. You might also like to work with our interactive Spectral Imager to see how different wavelengths change our view of Honolulu, or look at some NEW radar images of Hawaii.
Try out the Remote Image Navigator to see lots of space and aircraft images of Hawaii.
Dr. Peter Mouginis-Mark
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Virtually Hawaii unless stated otherwise.
Authors: Peter Mouginis-Mark & Lori Glaze
Copyright by P. Mouginis-Mark
Curator: Lori Glaze
Page Design: Laurence Laforga
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