Magnifying the Universe

A little slow to load, but worth the wait …..

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How To Use:

ZOOM: Zoom in and out with the wheel of your mouse, this works best in FULL SCREEN. You can also move the yellow light by holding it with the mouse and moving it right or left to zoom in or out. You can go see what’s smaller than an atom, and what’s bigger than the galaxy.

FULL SCREEN: To experience this interactive infographic in full screen (their recommendation) click the “Full Screen” button in the top right corner of the infographic.

You can choose one of nine starting points by moving your mouse over and clicking one of the 9 images (atoms, animals, buildings, mountains, planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies and the observable universe).

To relocate to one of the nine entry points, click the corresponding yellow dot on the scroller at the bottom of the page.

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Credit: Thanks Magnifying the Universe by Number Sleuth (Copyright 2012)
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