he Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has an awesome picture of how we produced and used energy in 2009. The link takes you to a pdf of the graph. I think they did an excellent job of placing a lot of information into an easy to read picture. The only problem is that I have no idea [...]
Entries for March 30th, 2011
National Geographic has an amazing map of all the major water systems in the world. At the National Geographic site you can zoom in to see some more detail. Also, you can toggle the map to view just permafrost or wetlands. Via (Flowing [...]
From NASA: The dominant rayed crater in the upper portion of the image is Debussy. The smaller craterMatabei with its unusual dark rays is visible to the west of Debussy. The bottom portion of this image is near Mercury’s south pole and includes a region of Mercury’s surface not previously seen by spacecraft.