Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between.
The new version of the Interactive Scale of the Universe.
From infographics and data visualization to a film by Charles and Ray Eames, five different looks at one of the most difficult concepts for the human brain to grasp: The size and scale of the universe.
In 1977, Charles Eames made a film helped by Philip Morrison : Powers of Ten. It's showing a zoom into Universe until an atom. Each 10 second, the camera is passing throught a power of ten.
A comparison of various star sizes... Makes us feel very small!!
Herman Daly applies a biophysical lens to the economy and finds that bigger isn’t necessarily better.
Voici une petite animation bien fichue qui a le mérite de présenter simplement l'échelle de l'univers et donc sa taille avec des exemples à chaque étape.
The Scale of the Universe ... interactif
View the Milky Way at 10 million light-years from earth, then move through space towards the earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach the subatomic universe of electrons and protons.
From the quantum to galactic superclusters !
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