The spectral range of ground and space-based observations has expanded rapidly in recent years. Essentially complete sky coverage is available in bands spanning more than 14 orders of magnitude in frequency, with varying sensitivities and resolutions. Remarkably, extended emission (and absorption) associated with the interstellar medium can be seen across this range. This poster illustrated the range of information now at hand for just a single interstellar cloud complex, that in Ophiuchus. This complex, well known for its abundant on-going star formation, is relatively nearby (∼125 pc), and well removed from the plane, offering the advantages of large angular size and little confusion in most bands from background Galactic emission.