A Glorious Dawn - Credits

“A Glorious Dawn”

Musical Arrangement and Remixed Video
John Boswell - The Symphony of Science

Planetarium Adaptation Produced at
The 2011 Blender Production Workshop
Ott Planetarium - Weber State University

Modeling, Animation & Production

Matthew Dougherty
Jim Godwin
Jessica Grant
Les Greeno
Michael Hess
Keith Johnson
Kim Johnson
Linsey Johnson
Renee Linford
Matt Linke
Ken Murphy
Jack Northrup
Murielle Parkinson
Cole Quartuccio

Additional Production & Finishing
Renee Linford

Workshop Instructors
Ron Proctor & AmyJo Proctor

Executive Producer
Dr. Stacy Palen

3D, Video Editing & Render Software
Blender  -  blender.org

Workstations and Other Services Provided by
Ott Planetarium

System Administrator
Dr. John Armstrong

Images and Data Provided by
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

Special Thanks

Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan

Stephen Hawking

Steve Soter

John Boswell

The Layton P. Ott Family

The College of Science and Department of Physics at Weber State University

Ton Roosendaal and The Blender Foundation

“A Glorious Dawn” was crafted from sampling Carl Sagan's 1980 PBS Documentary, Cosmos and Stephen Hawking's 1997 PBS cosmology documentary series, Stephen Hawking's Universe.

Cosmos is available to watch for free on Hulu, and many parts of Stephen Hawking's Universe can be found on Youtube and various other video sites online.

A Glorious Dawn appears courtesy of Druyan-Sagan Associates, Inc.

All rights to clips from Carl Sagan's Cosmos are owned by Druyan-Sagan Associates, Inc., and credit is due to Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter for the relevant lyrics and audio-visual material.

“A Glorious Dawn” is used in this production by permission of John Boswell.

The 3D source files used in this adaptation are open-source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0.

Ott Planetarium weber.edu/planetarium

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