Rectangular map-scheme of the Observable Universe

 





This vertically oriented logarithmic map of the Universe spans nearly 20 orders of magnitude, taking us from planet Earth to the edge of the visible Universe. The scheme locates notable astronomical objects of various scales: spacecraft, planets, moons, star systems, nearby galaxies, and notable large-scale structures are some of the objects indicated.

Another attempt to show the Big Picture in a quick and summarized look but at the same time detailed and realistic careful design.

[* Nov 2022 updated]

[ * This image was recently featured at Visual Capitalist and at Starts With a Bang! ]

Available in different layouts: (vert./horiz./scale bar/no text)

Vertical Layout English Annotations:

Vertical Layout English annotations with Scale Bar included:
( ⇈ version featured at VC)

No annotations:

Horizontal Layout English Annotations:

Horizontal Layout English annotations and Scale Bar included:
(other languages below)

High quality metal plates (3 parts vertical):
Part 1  Part 2   Part 3   Horizontal 


Zoomable Explorer of the Map:








Vertical Layout English Annotations:

No annotations:

Horizontal Layout English Annotations:

Vertical Layout English annotations with Scale Bar included:

Horizontal Layout English annotations and Scale Bar included:


High quality metal plates (3 parts 2022 vertical):
Part 1  Part 2   Part 3   Horizontal 



Other Languages:
(only available in a horizontal layout 2020 version)

German (Deutsch) version: Print   Poster   Other Products   HD Download

French (Française) Version: Print   Poster   Other Products   HD Download

Spanish (Español) Version: Print   Poster   Other Products   HD Download

Portuguese (Português) Version: Print   Poster   Other Products   HD Download



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