A graduate student in astronomy observing sunspots with spectrohelioscope (a type of solar telescope), Wellesley College, Massachusetts, 1939 : OldSchoolCool. The closest we can see dna right now. Universally acknowledged the diameter of the observable outer space is about 93 billion light-years. Animation on a molecular scale. An animation made from individual atoms. Each 'ball' in the animation is a single atom magnified over 100 million times. "each year an average of 11,737 Americans are fatally shot (21 of whom by toddlers) and 737 people die falling out of their bed" (CDC.gov & Shark Attack File)
Glavkosmos ad from 1989. Everybody bleeding to that Higgs Boson Blues. 17 Equations that changed the world. A gentle reminder. Very interesting! You can see some traits of different (current) nationalities. 1980s Technology. The Space Shuttle Enterprise. Old technology , years in one picture (not mine) Nice try Dracula. "Great danger,Keep out"-Nikola Tesla smiling and hiding behind his lab doors. Colorado Springs,1899. Mad trip. Computer Scientist and Mathematician, Annie Easley, at NASA Glenn Research Center, 1955. That small dot is mercury in front of sun.Definitely unsettling. First photo ever taken in history, of a rocket at Cape Canaveral. In case you didn't knew, now you do. The first picture of Earth taken from space captured on 24 October 1946 from a V2 rocket. A chest X-ray in progress at Dr. Maxime Menard’s radiology department at the Cochin hospital in Paris, circa 1914.
"This CD-ROM can hold more information than all the paper that's here below me"- Bill Gates, 1994. Simple gravity and spacetime explanation [04:45] Egyptian pharaoh queen temple. What you’re looking at is the first direct observation of an atom’s electron orbital — an atom's actual wave function. What the pyramid looked like. Originally encased in white lime stone with a peak made of solid gold. Harold Whittles hears sound for the first time 1974. Neil Armstrong with Marilyn Lovell during the Apollo 13 Crisis. (1970). Relief map of Central Europe,Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Earth by volume. The 45 year evolution of spacecraft cockpit design from NASA's Apollo to Discovery to SpaceX's Dragon. At least we have a mountain in LA now. Saturn's thin rings (Cassini data, own processing) Starry eyes Anna Fisher a.k.a 1st mother in space. Circa 1985. Apollo 16 John Young begins to start study under what it now known as Shadow Rock, April 1972,
Earth and the Moon behind Saturn's rings. This image was taken 1.4 billion kilometers away from Earth by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Not many people know that NASA originally tried to use ladders not rockets. Not many people know that NASA originally tried to use ladders not rockets. Setting up the Trinity Test. This was was the code name of the first detonation of a nuclear device. It was conducted by the United States Army at 5:29 a.m. on July 16, 1945, as part of the Manhattan Project.
Saturn's icy moon Dione floating in front of the planet & its rings, which are seen nearly edge-on, casting shadows on the cloud tops. Credit: Cassini Spacecraft. Enceladus: Saturn’s Ocean Moon - the most beautiful Celestial Body IMO. We can only observe 4.9% of the universe. The crew of Apollo-Soyuz, the first U.S.-Soviet joint space mission, 1975. The first ever photo of the Moon. Taken in 1840 by John W. Draper from his rooftop observatory at New York University.
Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, ca.1978. But will ever see it being used ? It's something. _/-_-\_ Saturn hiding behind the moon. Gemini 11 prime and back-up crews, Sept. 8, 1966 (4264 × 2806) 'Shoot for the moon' - Saturn V rocket on the pad at dawn, prior to first launch - November 9, 1967. Margaret Hamilton with the Apollo 11 software, 1969.
1959: Super-model Dovima posing with an Atlas-Able rocket at Cape Canaveral, photo by fashion photographer Richard Avedon. I would. Bruce McCandless II performs first untethered spacewalk, February, 1984. Buzz Aldrin self portrait, Gemini 12 1966. The Space Shuttle Endeavour being transported to the launch pad at the John F Kennedy Space Center, Florida, for its mission to Hubble Space Telescope, 1993. 1896: The first car ever driven in Detroit. Charles Brady King (right) famously told the Detroit Journal, "I am convinced they will in time supersede the horse." Before Radar - the Acoustic Locator.