EarthStation1.com: Celebrating 20 Years Online As The First Historical Sound And Image Archive On The Internet 1996-2016!|
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EarthStation1.com: The Internet's First
Historical Sound And Image Archive ™
World History In Digital Sounds & Pictures
The Sound & Image History Of The Media Age
The EarthStation1.com Universe:
EarthStation1.com is the world's first first historical sound and image archive, having been founded for that purpose on March 26, 1996. Its contents
remain permanently archived online and are being added to continually.
Most of this material has been created, digitally remastered
and/or enhanced to provide the highest quality digitations possible.
Great care has been taken to obtain the highest quality original
media possible from museums, archives, libraries and private
collections worldwide. Many hours have been spent on some single
files, while others have taken weeks or even months to create.
The especial results of these efforts have been the development
of a number of digitizing processes - audio, video and imaging
- which produce media of superior resolution (distinguished
on the site by long file names) than those made using traditional
As time goes by, I hope you'll continue
to visit EarthStation1.com as it grows into a more complete
virtual archive. It's been your repeated visits & links to
EarthStation1.com that have made it the success that it is
on the web, and I continue to look forward to giving you as
many reasons to return in the future as I have sought to give
you in the past.
J. C. Kaelin, Jr.
Webmaster / Digitizer / Owner
Background Picture, a segment from "SunsetDuringMA-6Mission#1.jpg", is from John Glenn's Mercury Space Flight and is available here.
© 1996-2011, J. C. Kaelin, Jr.. All Rights Reserved.