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|Discipline||Credit and link|
|Space Physics||Dr. Michael S. Vogeley – Princeton University Observatory
|Cartography & Photogrammetry||Reto Stöckli, NASA Earth Observatory
|Geodesy||Image Courtesy SRTM Team NASA/JPL/NIMA
|Geography||NASA GSFC Landsat/LDCM EPO Team
|Remote sensing||Image created by Reto Stockli with the help of Alan Nelson,
under the leadership of Fritz Hasler
|Logic & Set theory||http://commons.wikimedia.org/Venn_A_intersect_B.svg|
|History of physics||http://commons.wikimedia.org/Solvay_conference_1927.jpg|
|Quantum gases & Cold atoms||Institut für Experimentalphysik, University of Innsbruck, Germany