Pearl Harbor from Above, 1941-2011 – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Featured in MSNBC Photoblog

A satellite picture of Pearl Harbor, acquired by the GeoEye-1 satellite on Sept. 24, shows the USS Missouri docked at Battleship Row as a museum ship, with its bow pointing toward the USS Arizona memorial at lower right. The wreck of the Arizona can be seen below the white memorial, barely visible beneath the water’s surface.

Seventy years after a “date which will live in infamy,” this satellite image of Pearl Harbor shows the symbols of a war’s beginning and end.

The symbol of the end is more evident: The USS Missouri sits at its dock at Ford Island in the Hawaiian harbor, serving as a museum ship. In 1945, the “Mighty Mo” was the stage for the formal Japanese surrender at the end of World War II. After almost a half-century of service, the battleship was decommissioned for good in 1992 and took its place on Pearl Harbor’s Battleship Row in 1998…

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