Susana SimĂµes Pereira, maths teacher and PhD in science teaching and communication. I enjoy games and photography and I'm passionate for science and art, specially when together in the same context. You can follow my updates on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
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 -Â Karl TateÂ [Source]
Tsunami - Gerson Mora and Anna Luiza AragĂŁo Â [Source]
Hubble – Billy Melgar Guzman [Source]
A Cosmic Map of the ExoplanetsÂ Jan Willem Tulp [Source]
The shifting zoneÂ - Nigel Hawtin [Source]
What’s That Space Rock? – NASA/JPL [Source]
How 3D printing worksÂ - Ross Toro [Source]
HuarmeyÂ Forest – Robinson Choquetaype H.Â [Source]
Hope you enjoyed these examples. Feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments.