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An error was made in attributing the exterior photo of The Eden Project to Julian Vernot, when in fact the exterior photo we used of The Eden Project is credited to JuliesNotebook.

Titan is one of Dead Drift’s few “virtual sets.” The only thing “in-camera” on the Titan set is the actors and the couch. Everything else was added to an edited version of a photograph of the Eden Project, photographed by Julian Vernot. The photograph was used under CC license. A little photoshopping, additional elements photographed by ourselves, a little NASA image of Saturn – and you have the interior of Mrs. Fermi’s dome on Titan. Here is a link to Julian Vernot’s original photograph commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Tropical_Biome.jpg

Here is a before and after comparison –

Eden Project by Julian VernotFermi Titan

As the Eden Project photo was used under Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 license, you can use this image according to the linked restrictions. For hosting purposes, we have uploaded a smallish version. If you would like a larger version contact us and we will provide a larger file. Titan Dome CC

Here is the master shot from episode 10 –
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And the exterior shot of the dome –
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Based on JuliesNotebook’s original photo – Here is a link to the original photograph – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Eden_Project,_Cornwall.JPG
Eden Project - JuliesNotebook  CC 3 - Attribute Share Notate

Here is an album of some elements that went into building this “virtual” set. All photos credited to Ken Carlson with the exception of the two Eden Project photos, by Julian Vernot and JuliesNotebook, respectively.

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