This infographic by The Gap Partnership provides a visualized history of international relations in space. Including ground-breaking events, political issues and the measures taken to promote the sense of community in outer space.
You may have seen the movie The Moon however unless your one of a few astronauts who have actually been there, it’s likely that you haven never been to the moon. Thus, learn more about the moon with this infographic.
Special effects have evolved tremendously over the last century. Consider – for example – how effects artists have depicted space travel in the movies. Animation Mentor has compiled a top ten list, based on design, technological innovation, the use of computer graphics and the lasting impression made on viewers.
There’s something peaceful and breathtaking about looking up at a vast, clear sky filled with stars. Some destinations take stargazing to a new level. For example, did you know you can see may more stars during the new moon? Now imagine if you get the chance to be at one of these five locations.
Ever wondered how solar energy came into our lives? This Solar Timeline from The Eco Experts looks at all the milestone events of the the solar journey. You may be surprised to see just how long humans have been utilizing the power of the sun and also inspired by the innovative ways we have been doing it.
Space used to be seen as the final frontier – something that could only be experienced by astronauts and cosmonauts. Now though, thanks to NanoSatisfi and their nanosatellites, all you need is some basic hardware and software knowledge and you too can reach out and touch the stars. Grishin Robotics lays it all out in the following infographic.
Gold is an incredibly fascinating subject. Not only has this shiny, yellow & soft metal been used since at least 4000 BC. but, gold has been used as currency, jewelry, is a sought-after investment option & is widely used in the production of electronic devices. Did you know, for example, that most of the earth’s gold (approximately 1.6 quadrillion tons) lies at its core as the precious metals’ high density caused it to sink there in the planet’s youth?
Can you image using the restroom in zero gravity? It would be quite difficult. Check out this infographic presented by EmergencyPlumber.co.uk to learn about how plumbing in space works.
Our solar system is located within the Milky Way – the galaxy that contains more than 200 billion stars. The Sun and 8 planets of the solar system were formed about 4.6 billion years ago. This infographic from Stedas dizajn shows whole solar system as well as planets’ physical characteristics and their position inside the system. Additionally it contains some interesting “Did you know” facts.