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Furniture On The ISS

April 23, 2014

On April 19th 2011, the space shuttle Endeavour will launch its final scheduled flight. Endeavour will travel to the International Space Station to deliver a scientific instrument called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 which will be used to try to detect antimatter (to solve a long-standing puzzle of why so little exists in our Universe) and […]

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Radar Explained

November 23, 2013

How does radar work and what can it do? Source

2007 INNOVATIONS IN NEWSPAPERS GLOBAL REPORT

2007 INNOVATIONS IN NEWSPAPERS GLOBAL REPORT

August 11, 2013

Juan Senor, our UK director, writes one of the chapters about newspapers as “information engines.” And the infographic by Pablo Ramirez shows the newsrooms that INNOVATION promotes around the world. Source

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The Twitterverse v1.0

January 23, 2013

Brian Solis and JESS3 have paired up again to release the Twitterverse v1.0. Originally debuted in May 2009, the Twitterverse is a single graphic designed to inform brands, individuals and organizations about the thousands of Twitter applications available today. According to traffic analysis website Quantcast, Twitter.com saw a leap in US traffic from under 30 […]

The Electromagnetic Spectrum - Messaging Extraterrestrial intelligence

The Electromagnetic Spectrum – Messaging Extraterrestrial intelligence

November 14, 2012

This poster shows the EM spectrum: Tools that are used for listening and observing EM waves in space are listed above the spectrum. Small lines indicate the in and outgoing communications with theoritical alien civilizations. Published in 2010, Faces From Earth Source

The Sounds of Earth Record Cover

The Sounds of Earth Record Cover

November 11, 2012

This gold aluminium cover was designed to protect the Voyager 1 and 2 “Sounds of Earth” gold-plated records from micrometeorite bombardment, but also serves a double purpose in providing the finder a key to playing the record. The explanatory diagram appears on both the inner and outer surfaces of the cover, as the outer diagram […]

Gowalla NASA Map

Gowalla NASA Map

November 6, 2012

In honor of the Discovery Space Shuttle’s second to last mission on 11/1/10, NASA and location-based social networking service Gowalla have launched a new “item”, the Moon Rock, which users can find in Museums, Libraries and other NASA-related points across the country. Source

Sizing Up Space: A Visual History (Shuttle)

Sizing Up Space: A Visual History (Shuttle)

November 3, 2012

In the three decades of NASA’s space shuttle program, hundreds of astronauts flew aboard the five spaceships. Find out about the missions, astronauts and vehicles and life in space. (See also:Astronauts) Source

First TV Image of Mars

First TV Image of Mars

November 2, 2012

A “real-time data translator” machine converted a Mariner 4 digital image data into numbers printed on strips of paper. Too anxious to wait for the official processed image, employees from the Telecommunications Section at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, attached these strips side by side to a display panel and hand colored the numbers like a […]

Heat: A Visual Tour of whats Hot or Not in universe

Heat: A Visual Tour of whats Hot or Not in universe

November 1, 2012

What is the universe is hot and what’s not? Find out all the relevant levels of heat throughout the known universe from planets to chickens. Source

6 Interstellar Targets

6 Interstellar Targets

October 24, 2012

Destinations with 5 different propulsion technologies Source

Big Bang

Big Bang

October 15, 2012

Visualization of Big Bang before inflation in the cosmic timeline. Source