Timestamp Description Attribution Copyright Status
0:00 Pathway to Space Video Opener CU Campus Aerial Photo: Glenn Asakawa; Graphics: Peter Cullum; Song: Garrett Sayers Created by Pathway to Space
0:09-end "Tundra" Gijs de Boer Permission received
0:22 "Diagram of the components of the Earth's atmosphere" NOAA Satellite and Information Service Unknown
1:59 "This diagram shows the Earth's greenhouse effect. The Earth absorbs some of the energy it receives from the sun and radiates the rest back toward space. (updated version linked)" US EPA Public Domain
2:17 "Diagram of the Earth's greenhouse effect" COMSOL Unknown
3:14 "Beautiful sea ice melt" Stefan Hendricks, Alfred Wegener Institute Unknown
3:19 "Animation of Arctic sea ice between 1984 and 2016 showing the rapid decline in perennial sea ice" NSIDC - NASA Scientific Visualization Studio Public Domain
3:36 "Polar ice reflects light from the sun. As this ice begins to melt, less sunlight gets reflected into space. It is instead absorbed into the oceans and land, raising the overall temperature, and fueling further melting. This results in a positive feedback loop called ice albedo feedback, which causes the loss of the sea ice to be self-compounding." NASA Public Domain
4:05 "Figure showing Arctic surface air temperatures vs. global average" NSIDC and NASA GISS Public Domain
4:35 "Graphic illustrating the reflective value of solar radiation off various surfaces (snow, moon, grass, ocean, asphalt)" Johns Hopkins University, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences Unknown
5:16 "The Titan supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee" DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory Public Domain
5:25 "The NCAR-based Community Earth System Model (CESM) is one of the world’s most sophisticated models of global climate" UCAR Public Domain
6:47 "World Meteorological Association Integrated Global Observing System (WIGOS)" World Meteorological Association CC 4.0
7:09 "Palmer Station Antarctica LTER Project" Office of Polar Programs Unknown
7:42 "Split photo of Oliktok Point and oceanic buoy" Gijs de Boer/NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Permission received
8:07 "Coordinated group of NASA A-Train satellites" NASA Public Domain
8:25 "Artist's concepts of NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive spacecraft" NASA/JPL-Caltech Public Domain
8:44 "Artist rendition of the CO2 column that OCO-2 will see" NASA Public Domain
9:16 "Video of Nathan Curry launching radiosonde" Gijs de Boer Permission received
9:43 "A melt pond in the Arctic ice" Stefan Hendricks, Alfred Wegener Institute. Unknown
10:06 "NASA's Global Hawk in flight" NASA Photograph by Carla Thomas Public Domain
10:53 "Photo of de Boer holding DataHawk" Gijs de Boer Permission received
11:02 "Photo of de Boer with NASA Global Hawk" Gijs de Boer Permission received
11:13 "Drone that requires a team of people" PHC Jeff Hilton Public Domain
11:23 "Aerosonde photograph" defenseindustrydaily.com Unknown
11:32 "The Aerosonde UAS being launched from a truck at Pegasus Field, Antarctica" John Cassano Unknown
11:39 "Drone used to monitor killer whales for first time" NOAA Public Domain
11:59 "Supersonic drone with CU students" Unknown Unknown
12:59 "Drone near a volcano" Jaron Schneider Unknown
14:35 "Figure illustrating surface temperature variability at Oliktok Point" Gijs de Boer Permission received
15:41 "Grid cell weather simulation" NOAA Public Domain
15:46 "An average temperature profile through the lower layers of the atmosphere" U.S. National Weather Service Public Domain
16:02 "DataHawk example profiling vs. model from October 2016" Gijs de Boer Permission received
16:34 "Visualization depicting atmospheric humidity on June 17, 1993" NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Public Domain
16:52 "NASA HS3 flights to study TS Nadine" NASA Public Domain
17:17 "Video of first test flight of Coyote unmanned aircraft system" BusinessWire Unknown
17:45 "Video of NASA's Global Hawk aircraft flying over storms and two new space-based missions" NASA Public Domain
18:00 "Time lapse of tornado footage from a Phantom 4 drone in Wray, Colorado" Brandon Sullivan Unknown
18:27 "Launching a drone in the Arctic " Unknown Unknown
18:34 "Broken sea ice with polar bear" Alun Anderson Unknown
19:51 "Leave your drones at home sign at Washington Monument Obelisk in Washington, D.C." Alan Levine CC 2.0
21:02 "Image of Oliktok Point Airspace" Gijs de Boer Permission received
21:45 "Video footage from CU Boulder's Earth Lab" CU Boulder