Scale model of Solar System

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Scale model of Solar System

Postby Vandervecken on Thu 25 May 2017 18:51

Here is a cool representation of our solar system. It shows just how really, really, REALLY, empty our part of space is at the atomic and higher levels.

http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pix ... ystem.html
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Re: Scale model of Solar System

Postby Cralis on Thu 25 May 2017 21:02

THAT is pretty cool.
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Re: Scale model of Solar System

Postby Vandervecken on Fri 26 May 2017 22:05

Health disclaimer: I am not responsible for anyone's carpal tunnel syndrome, if they wish to go past Jupiter, a lot of clicks to get to the outer planets. But some of the notes on the way are funny or may be enlightening.
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Re: Scale model of Solar System

Postby Cralis on Fri 26 May 2017 23:23

Vandervecken wrote:Health disclaimer: I am not responsible for anyone's carpal tunnel syndrome, if they wish to go past Jupiter, a lot of clicks to get to the outer planets. But some of the notes on the way are funny or may be enlightening.


I'll honest, I got bored and grabbed the scroll bar and flicked it to the end...
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