Tue Apr 2, 2013, 02:51 AM
Ichingcarpenter (29,403 posts)
8 replies, 970 views
Fifty years of Space Exploration - cool diagram (Original post)
|Webster Green||Apr 2013||#1|
|Webster Green||Apr 2013||#3|
Response to Ichingcarpenter (Reply #2)
Tue Apr 2, 2013, 05:19 AM
DRoseDARs (5,095 posts)
4. It's rather telling that all the text blocks were photoshopped out...
I'm not accusing you of anything here, all you did was share an interesting graphic. I tried finding the ORIGINAL original and almost every image Google was coming up with was this one in various sizes. I did find one that had all the text on it, but the resolution was rather crap which made reading the fine print - particularly the copyright - difficult.
Victim #297 of the L0oniX Fly
Response to DRoseDARs (Reply #4)
Tue Apr 2, 2013, 05:56 AM
davidpdx (11,960 posts)
6. There is a name there on the Flickr Account
I don't know if that's who the owner is or not. Maybe you could try contacting him.
I'd enjoy seeing a full size poster of that as well. It reminds us where we've been and how much more we still have to learn.
Response to Ichingcarpenter (Original post)
Wed Apr 3, 2013, 06:11 AM
muriel_volestrangler (68,867 posts)
8. A little misleading - it implies Cassini and New Horizons went into orbit around Jupiter
before leaving and proceeding to Saturn and the journey to Pluto respectively. Both of them just did a fly-by of Jupiter.
I'm amazed at the number of missions to Venus there has been. Nearly all Soviet - and many early failures, looking at the key to the colours in the link in #7. But only 2 to Mercury.
"Nothing is terrible except fear itself" - Francis Bacon, 1623