We often look up to the stars and think of the immensity and
vastness of space, but it can make us forget that there is a whole
other universe on the micro level. If we look down, closer and
closer, we might be able to catch a glimpse of the surface,
but if we want to really look at the smallest things in the
universe – we need special equipment (or an easy and fun presentation).
Let’s dive down into the smallest building blocks of this universe of ours…
This is our home - Planet Earth
The Earth is a giant ball of water and dirt, laying on top a core of
molten iron. Earth’s circumference is 40,000 kilometers (24,860 mi),
with a surface area of 510,072,000 kilometers (316,944,046 mi).
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
From Macro to Micro
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