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    • GeoEye Satellite Imagery Aids in Disaster ResponseGeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved 1
    • New York Times - One-year Anniversary of Haiti 2 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • FOX News - One-year Anniversary of Haiti 3 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Christchurch, NZ – Pre- and Post-Earthquake Also seen on New Zealand’s The National Business Review 4 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Japan, Before and After the Quake and TsunamiThe Number One Viewed Item for 2011 on Facebook’s Top 40 List From when the New York Times published this on March 13 to Nov. 30, the Japan before/after interactive had 14,884,530 page views. Also seen on: 5 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Joplin, MO – the single deadliest tornado since theNational Weather Service Began Keeping Records 6 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Satellites Aiding Disaster Recovery Efforts in Japan Chris Tully quoted . . . “We entered a series of high-priority orders directing IKONOS and GeoEye- 1 spacecraft to capture images of Japan, Hawaii and the U.S. West Coast. By March 16, we had compiled 12,000 sq. km. of Japanese imagery, including vivid depictions of a derailed train near the town of Shinchi and the flooded Sendai airport.” 7 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Tuscaloosa, Alabama (before-and-after) Tornado DamageCNNs Tom Foreman shows satellite imagery of the path of a tornado that ravagedTuscaloosa, Alabama 8 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Satellite Imagery Aids Flooding of Souris River in Minot, ND The Associated Press used our imagery to Our imagery tell the flood story. They later co-hosted a helped FEMA Webinar with Scott Herman to showcase and first how EyeQ gives users fast access to imagery for Rapidly Changing Global responders with Events. rescue and recovery efforts. Over 4,000 homes were submerged to their roofs, multiple high-rise buildings Our GeoEye-1 image was taken one day damaged and before floodwaters crested on June 26 at one quarter of 1561.72 feet above sea level. The flood broke the 130-year-old record by almost Minot’s four feet. population was displaced. 9 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved
    • Want to know more about GeoEye?Get connected!› Join our group on LinkedIn› Follow us on Twitter› Like us on Facebook› Add us to your circle on Google+› Download our iPad App from the App StoreFor more information about GeoEye’s products and services,please visit GeoEye’s corporate website at: www.GeoEye.com 10 GeoEye Proprietary. © 2012 GeoEye, Inc. All Rights Reserved