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    The Scale of the Universe

    For a fascinating look at the scale (large & small) of the Universe, visit this link:

    http://htwins.net/

    When you get there, click on the title link "The Scale of the Universe 2" and wait for it to load, then simply follow the instructions for zooming in and out.

    Hope you enjoy the experience as much as I did!

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jce View Post
    For a fascinating look at the scale (large & small) of the Universe, visit this link:

    http://htwins.net/

    When you get there, click on the title link "The Scale of the Universe 2" and wait for it to load, then simply follow the instructions for zooming in and out.

    Hope you enjoy the experience as much as I did!

    John
    Very cool Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jce View Post
    For a fascinating look at the scale (large & small) of the Universe, visit this link:

    http://htwins.net/

    When you get there, click on the title link "The Scale of the Universe 2" and wait for it to load, then simply follow the instructions for zooming in and out.

    Hope you enjoy the experience as much as I did!

    John
    Hello John

    Thanks for the link. I came across this couple of weeks ago researching this topic.

    I was also taken with this video found on Youtube; "the most important photograph taken by humanity". It features photograhs taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and a picture taken looking at a dark region of space where nothing was thought to exist. The word used is; humbling.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCQMgo9PR-w

    All the best,

    David

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