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    Current Map Of The Solar System
    http://szyzyg.arm.ac.uk/~spm/neo_map.html


    The image below is an up to date map of the solar system displaying the orbits of the terrestrial planets and the estimated position of thousands of known asteroids. This diagram is missing comets, space probes and, of course, the undiscovered asteroids. Even conservative estimates would suggest that for every asteroid on a dangerous Earth-Approaching orbit there are hundreds more which have yet to be discovered. There are over 300 known objects on Earth-crossing orbits, the majority of which are potentially capable of causing death and destruction on a scale unheard of in human history.

    Tue, Jun 9, 2009  Permanent link
    Categories: space, Earth, nature
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    OTHER     Tue, Jun 9, 2009  Permanent link
    Awesome!
    bp_1320     Tue, Jun 9, 2009  Permanent link
    on a totally separate note from imminent destruction, this is strikingly similar to the layout and navigation scheme of the weiden+kennedy homepage: http://www.wk.com/  or once you start into exploring some of the projects:http://www.wk.com/?#/works/982/

    I wonder if this subconsciously or directly informed the design of the site... though its truly a user experience nightmare, if you're patient and intrigued by such things it's pretty amazing what they've done


     
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