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alexander
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Images for own Website

Post by alexander »

Hi,

are there any images, both logos and (possibly later) particle tracks etc., that we can freely use on our own website?
Specifically, I have put a link to the Stardust page on my website and would like to place a logo of some sort next to it, so it sticks out a bit more. Are there any we can use?

Thanks,

Alexander
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Post by Siegfried »

Oh, and can I put a picture of my first trail?
And God said: E = +mv^2 - Ze^2/r ...and there *WAS* light!

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Post by bmendez »

Yes, all images from our website will be free to use as you like (unless otherwise indicated).

-Bryan
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Post by yskyflyer »

bmendez wrote:Yes, all images from our website will be free to use as you like (unless otherwise indicated).

-Bryan
Does That Apply to the Tutorial Session http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_number=2

It says
For the following training tutorial, we have used tracks of extraterrestrial particles that were captured in the ODCE collector on the Russian space station Mir, and tracks of submicron dust particles shot into aerogel at 20 km/sec using a Van Der Graaf dust accelerator in Heidelberg, Germany. It may turn out that the tracks of real interstellar dust will look quite different. They may be deeper or shallower, wider or narrower. We will see once we have the first few examples of real interstellar dust!
I took the focus movie and made it into an animated Gif

and I would like to know the License so I can upload it to
http://commons.wikimedia.org (They Only Accept Commercial Licenses)
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Post by Wolter »

Stardust@Home material is from NASA and as such in the public domain.
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Post by bmendez »

Right again, Wolter. The images are public domain, so everyone is free to use them. However, it would be nice to acknowledge that the images are courtesy of the UC Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory.

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Bryan
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Post by yskyflyer »

Thanks

I have Uploaded the Image to http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Focus_movie.gif

It's A wiki so please fix any Misinformation :D
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