Latest News This Glorious map Helps you keep Track of every Space Mission in the Solar-System - Physics-Astronomy.org

Latest News This Glorious map Helps you keep Track of every Space Mission in the Solar-System

Space exploration is pretty amazing correct now. Just yesterday, we launched the ExoMars- 2016 spacecraft, which will hunt for signs of life on Mars, & by now, the Voyager 1 spaccraft is likely way out in interstellar- space. NASA recently announce that it plans to visit Europa, one of the majority promising candidate in our Solar System to host life, and even NASA’s chief scientist thinks we’ll discover alien life within 20 to 30 years, as long as we stay exploring.
Except how do you keep track of all these awe-some space missions? To help out, the guys at Pop Chart Lab have created this beautiful poster viewing our space exploration to date. It spans all the method from 1959 to 2015, &  features over 100 exploratory probes, landers, and rovers.

Latest News This glorious map helps you keep track of every space mission in the Solar-System

As you can see on the poster below, the majority of our machines never leave Earth’s orbit. There are a whole lot of crowded lines close to our planet, each of which belongs to a space probe or traveler of some kind. But as you get further from Earth, there is less and less of these brave explorers and you get to see just how far humanity has -travelled into our Solar System.

    "From the Luna 2 in 1959 to the DSCOVR in 2015, this colour-coded chart traces the trajectories of each orbiter, lander, rover, flyby, and impactor to ever slip the surly bonds of Earth’s orbit & lucratively complete its mission-a truly astronomical array of over 100 exploratory instruments in every one.

    Featuring hand-illustrated renderings of every spacecraft juxtaposed against the serried giants of our Solar System, this galactic review is a testament to man’s forays into the grand space ballet."

We might have spent the majority of today figuring-out the trip paths of all of our favourite spaceships, but we're still astonished at how many of them have made the trip approximately Jupiter. If cosmic exploration is your obsession, you can pre-order one for your bedroom (or office) wall from Pop -Chart Lab.

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