This infographic is a great way to learn about diamonds and the 4 main qualities that make them so valuable and sought after. Information about a diamond’s Carat, Cut, Color and Clarity is explained in a concise manner, along with accurate illustrations to give the reader a visual understanding of these qualities
On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon. He didn’t moonwalk alone – ‘Buzz’ Aldrin joined him on the surface – and he didn’t walk far. After travelling hundreds of thousands of kilometers, the landing crew of the Apollo 11 lunar mission barely covered an area the size of a football pitch.
“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Whether we were around to hear that quote uttered or whether we just remember it from our history books, taking the first steps on the moon were groundbreaking and huge. Many thought President Kennedy was crazy when he said we could land a man on the moon and now with President Obama willing to send man around Mars many are thinking the same thing. This infographic explores the space exploration agenda of two history making Presidents.
This visualization captures the major milestones of the development in the field of seismology.
An earthquake is the shaking of the ground caused by sudden motions along faults, or fractures in the Earth’s crust. The epicenter of an earthquake is determined by triangulation. This means that seismic data is needed from at least three different locations, and where this data intersects tells us the epicenter.