NASA World Wind helps solve 3,000 year old mystery of ancient Ithaca, the island home of Homer's Odysseus
The BBC featured World Wind in it's tech update Blog Webscape.
(June 10 2005) World Wind has been mentioned in an article about how government organizations have begun to benefit from open source projects.
The Age has a full article to World Wind, it covers features and basic instructions. + Visit The Age
(May 13 2005) Science Magazine, a publication by the AAAS Vol 308 featured World Wind in their NetWatch section. + Download the PDF
(April 4 2005) FCW has an article on the use of Wikis. World Wind was mentioned for using a Wiki to coordinate quick improvements to the program. + Visit FCW
(April 1 2005) GCN has a short summary of World Wind and how describes how it leverages the resources of different government organizations. + Visit GCN
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Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell interview Chris Maxwell and Randy Kimabout the development of World Wind. We are featured on show #102 titled "NASA World Wind Development Team". Media formats available are MP3, WMA, & AAC Running length is about 1 hour and 12 minutes.
WIRED magazine featured World Wind in its' March 2005 issue. The article is called "Around the World in 80 Clicks" by Douglas McGray and can be found starting on page 32 or their web site.
The Polish edition of PC World magazine devoted a 4 page article to World Wind in its February 2005 issue.
PC World Komputer included World Wind, and a selection of World Wind add-on packs, on DVDs and CDs included with the magazine.
Australia's most popular magazine for computer enthusiasts, APC, featured
World Wind on the cover of its December 2004 issue.
APC included World Wind on a DVD distributed with the magazine.
(Dec 2004) A Greek computer magazine has a 6 page article about World Wind with CD ROM.
Aired on G4TechTV for tech enthusiasts, featured World Wind as Sarah's download of the day.
One of the top ten radio programs in the US featured NASA World Wind as the download of the week. + Visit The Kim Komando Show
Students across Australia will have access to NASA Learning Technologies software making it possible to take a ‘virtual fieldtrip’ into the ancient Pilbara region of Western Australia thanks to an agree me nt forged between NASA and the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University.
The main NASA portal hosts the latest news that happens across the agency. The article can be found in the "Life on Earth" environmental section as "NASA Computer Program is 'Hot Download' on the Internet."
Featured in their "Downloads" section for "Graphics & Multimedia."
Numerous "blogs" or personal journalson the Internet begin passing around news of World Wind. Other online communities, such as newsgroups, are also buzzing.
Featured on the main news and science section. More than 60,000 copies of World Wind distributed in one week!