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Science and Technology Infographics - June 2013

Series of posts showing the best of infographics in science and technology

July 11, 2013  |  CATEGORIES: Columns, Featured, News, Visualizing Science

Welcome to another edition of a personal choice of infographics about Science and Technology, published in June 2013. In the past month, I noticed a lot of space-related infographics, not only because it was the month of the Super-Moon, but also with information about the new exo-planets, Hubble telescope and more.

Here’s the full selection:

How to observe the moon - Karl Tate [Source]

how to observe moon

Tsunami - Gerson Mora and Anna Luiza Aragão  [Source]

earthquakes

Hubble – Billy Melgar Guzman [Source]

hubble

A Cosmic Map of the Exoplanets Jan Willem Tulp [Source]

a cosmic map exoplanets

 

The shifting zone - Nigel Hawtin [Source]

The-shifting-Zone

The complete article is here.

 

What’s That Space Rock? – NASA/JPL [Source]

Print

 

How 3D printing works - Ross Toro [Source]

3D-printing

Huarmey Forest РRobinson Choquetaype H. [Source]

florestacao

Hope you enjoyed these examples. Feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments.

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