If the above video didn’t give you a good enough impression about what it’s like to circle the globe in 90 minutes, then listen to this episode of Radiolab
If you’re like me you spend a lot of time thinking about Mars.
Have you seen this one yet? I’ve seen it before but it recently popped up again on NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Almost as cool as…
Not impressed? Well, try on these info pants for size:
The most distant objects here are over 13 billion light years away, and we see them when they were only 500 million years old.
That means this picture looks back in time almost 13 billion years. Click the image for the full article on Hubble’s Deep Field Images.
There is nothing about this that I do not love.
Click through for an interactive map of the cosmos that allows users to name topographical objects and envisions the universe as a child’s map.
Just click – you won’t be sorry.
From NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day, naturally.