The Centennial State from Space Exhibit at Denver International Airport |

The Centennial State from Space Exhibit at Denver International Airport

Sky-Hi News Staff Report

Denver International Airport’s (DEN) Art and Culture Program presents a new exhibit featuring dozens of remarkable satellite images of iconic Colorado locations.

“The Centennial State from Space” was produced by Westminster based DigitalGlobe and is a series of high-resolution satellite images taken from five different satellites positioned more than 400 miles above the Earth. Several iconic Colorado locations – including Coors Field, the Air Force Academy, agricultural fields in Monte Vista and more – can be seen at the Y-Juncture Gallery, located just past the A-bridge security checkpoint along the pedestrian walkway. The gallery will be in place through September.

The exhibit is on loan from the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum and illustrates the technological capabilities of DigitalGlobe, which produces Earth imagery and information about our changing planet.

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