The scale of the Universe 2

The scale of the Universe 2

This is pure genius, an interactive that lets you zoom through the Universe from quantum foam to the far reaches of the observable universe. Its very fun to use and must have taken ages to make.

It was made by Cary and Michael Huang http://htwins.net

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3 comments

  1. This is fantastic Ben – it’s absolutely amazing to look through. I remember my first physics lecture at Uni being shown a movie that went from the atomic scale and zoomed out to the Universe. Thanks for posting. Hope the start to the year at RMIT goes well and you can keep the blog going.

    1. Thanks Chas!

  2. Smadk-cab what I was looking for-ty!

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