Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Uses Satellites to Uncover Ancient Egyptian Ruins      |     Innovation | Smithsonian

Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Uses Satellites to Uncover Ancient Egyptian Ruins

Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Uses Satellites to Uncover Ancient Egyptian Ruins | Innovation | Smithsonian

Photo: Sarah Parcak, archaeologist

University of Alabama at Birmingham professor honored as a National Geographic Emerging Explorer

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

NASA Satellites Orbiting 400 Miles Above Earth Reveal Ancient Buried Egyptian Pyramids

Sarah Parcak in Iceland.

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too - Tech News Today

Sarah Parcak, TED Fellow, présente le domaine de l'archéologie aérienne : l'utilisation d'images satellite dans la recherche de sites perdus des civilisations antérieures.

Sarah Parcak: Archeology from space In this short talk, TED Fellow Sarah Parcak introduces the field of "space archeology" -- using satellite images to search for clues to the lost sites of past civilizations.

Just watch, she says, “it’s probably going to be, like, a grandmother from Fresno who’s our super-genius finder.” She doesn’t expect everyone who plays the game to become a full-blown archaeologist, but she does hope it will boost the visibility of her field, and draw attention to the increased threat posed by looting. It’s estimated that terrorist groups have made more than $300 million off of looting antiquities in the wake of the Arab Spring.  Sarah Parcak is a Space Archaeologist

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too Sarah Parcak wants to use her million-dollar TED winnings to turn the search for archaeological sites into a game you play on your phone.

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too.  A satellite image of Dashur, Egypt before processing (left) and after (right).

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

NASA Satellites Orbiting 400 Miles Above Earth Reveal Ancient Buried Egyptian Pyramids.

Sarah Parcak, Space Archaeologist Dr. Parcak uses satellite imaging to find undiscovered ruins and fight looters at ancient sites. Sarah Parcak, associate professor of anthropology and director of the Laboratory for Global Observation at...

Sarah Parcak, Space Archaeologist

Parcak uses satellite imaging to find undiscovered ruins and fight looters at ancient sites. Sarah Parcak, associate professor of anthropology and director of the Laboratory for Global Observation at.

Sarah Parcak wants to use her million-dollar TED winnings to turn the search for archaeological sites into a game you play on your phone.

Sarah Parcak Is a Space Archaeologist. Soon You Will Be Too

Sarah Parcak wants to use her million-dollar TED winnings to turn the search for archaeological sites into a game you play on your phone.

Satellite archaeologist Sarah Parcak examines an image. (Photo used with kind permission of Sarah Parcak.)

Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Wins $1 Million TED Prize To Find And Preserve Ancient Sites

Satellite archaeologist Sarah Parcak examines an image. (Photo used with kind permission of Sarah Parcak.

Terrorists make headlines by destroying ancient sites like Palmyra, in Syria. But there’s an even more sinister endgame, as archaeologist Sarah Parcak explains.

In this short talk, TED Fellow Sarah Parcak introduces the field of "space archaeology" -- using satellite images to search for clues to the lost sites of past civilizations.

In this short talk, TED Fellow Sarah Parcak introduces the field of "space archaeology" -- using satellite images to search for clues to the lost sites of past civilizations.

Sarah Parcak has been described as a 'modern-day Indiana Jones' for her field exploits.

Sarah Parcak’s innovative work in space archaeology has earned her the nickname “the Indiana Jones of the 21st century.” When she appeared—wearing Indian...

The 21st Century Indiana Jones is a Woman Crowdsourcing Space Archaeology

Sarah Parcak stands next to two massive looting holes on an Egyptian dig in December 2014. Before 2011, the tombs underneath were virtually unlooted.

Sarah Parcak, Space Archaeologist

Sarah Parcak stands next to two massive looting holes on an Egyptian dig in December Before the tombs underneath were virtually unlooted.

TED Prize 2016 winner Sarah Parcak building space archaeology platform (Wired UK)

Sarah Parcak's $1m TED Prize will turn you into a space archaeologist

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