Image Usage Notices/Disclaimers
Here the team will display any usage notices or disclaimers for any of the above images where no permission was required (this is what allowed us to use them), as well as any other special notices regarding the images.
COREL GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF
CLIPART AND PHOTO IMAGES
Corel products contain numerous clipart and photo images which are either owned by Corel or licensed from a third-party. As a user of this product you are free to use, modify and publish the images as you wish subject to the restrictions set out below;
YOU MAY NOT:
- create scandalous, obscene or immoral works using the clipart or photo images;
- redistribute the clipart or photos as stock photography or clipart;
- use any of the clipart or photo images related to identifiable individuals or entities in a manner in which suggests their association with or endorsement of any product or service;
- use the clipart or photo images in electronic format, including on-line use and multimedia applications, unless all of the following are met:
i) the photo images are embedded at no higher than a base resolution of 512 x 768;
ii) the images are incorporated for viewing purposes only;
iii) the images do not represent a significant portion of the content of the application;
iv) no permission is given to download and save the images for any reason;
v) a Corel credit is included in the application; and
vi) the application is not a product which is similar to or competes with any of the features of any Corel product;
Third party clipart has been licensed to Corel for use in this Software. Each third-party vendor places various restrictions on the use of their clipart and users must contact the vendors directly to obtain consent for the use of third-party clipart.
Permission is hereby granted to any public or private teacher, school, school district, or other bonafide public or private educational agency to duplicate any pages marked with the notice, Copyright © 1995 Global SchoolNet Foundation for non-profit, non-commercial use, providing
May I use the NASA logo or NASA video, still images and audio in my publication, broadcast or on my Internet page?
You may use NASA imagery, video and audio material if it is for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. This general permission does not include the NASA insignia logo (the blue "meatball" insignia), the NASA logotype (the red "worm" logo) and the NASA seal. These images may not be used by persons who are not NASA employees. If the NASA material is to be used for commercial purposes, especially including advertisements, it must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image for commercial purposes may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person.
Some specific rules:
1) NASA does not endorse or sponsor any commercial product, service, or activity.
2) The use of the NASA name, initials, any NASA emblems (including the NASA Insignia, the NASA Logo and the NASA Seal) which would express or imply such endorsement or sponsorship is strictly prohibited.
3) Use of the NASA name or initials as an identifying symbol by organizations other than NASA (such as on foods, packaging, containers, signs, or any promotional material) is prohibited. The only exceptions are noted immediately below.
4) NASA does permit the use of the NASA Logo and Insignia on novelty and souvenir-type items. However, such items may be sold and manufactured only after a proposal has been submitted to and approved by a representative from the Public Services Division (202/358-1750) in accordance with 14 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Part 1221. NASA does not grant anyone exclusive rights to use any of the Agency identities.
5) No approval for use is authorized by NASA when the use can be construed as an endorsement by NASA of a product, service, or activity.
6) NASA emblems should be reproduced only from original reproduction proofs, transparencies, or computer files available from NASA Headquarters. Please be advised that approval must be granted by the Public Services Division (see above) before any reproduction materials can be obtained.
7) NASA should be acknowledged as the source of its material.
8) It is unlawful to falsely claim copyright or other rights in NASA material.
9) NASA shall in no way be liable for any costs, expenses, claims or demands arising out of use of NASA's cassettes and photographs by a recipient or a recipient's distributees.
10) NASA personnel are not authorized to sign indemnity or hold harmless statements, releases from copyright infringement, or documents granting exclusive use rights.
Photographs are not protected by copyright unless noted. If copyrighted, permission should be obtained from the copyright owner prior to use. If not copyrighted, photographs may be reproduced and distributed without further permission from NASA. If a recognizable person appears in the photograph, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity and permission should be obtained from the recognizable person.
Audio recordings are not protected by copyright unless noted. A cassette may be excerpted or reproduced and distributed, without further permission from NASA. However, use of a portion or segment of an audiotape, such as talent, narration or music, may infringe a right of publicity or copyright and permission should be obtained from the source.
Video and motion picture recordings
Videotape and Motion Picture recordings are not protected by copyright unless noted. A recording may be reproduced and distributed, without further permission from NASA. Copyrighted music or footage, which is incorporated in a production, may not be used unless permission is obtained from the copyright owner. While in most instances using non-copyrighted segments is permitted, use for a commercial purposes of a portion or segment containing talent or a recognizable person may infringe a right of publicity and permission should be obtained from the talent or recognizable person. These guidelines also apply to NASA's "live television" satellite broadcasts.
For questions, contact:
Public Services Division (POS)
300 E St. SW
Washington, DC 20546
The Cray supercomputer used to generate this image was provided through funding from the NASA Offices of Space Sciences, Aeronautics, and Mission to Planet Earth.