Rectangular map-scheme of the Observable Universe

 





"Vertical Log-scheme of the Observable Universe"

This scheme locates notable astronomical objects of various scales in the Observable Universe on the vertical axis, arranged on a logarithmic scale with the Earth's surface at the bottom and the edge of the observable universe at the top. Spacecraft, planets, moons, star systems, nearby galaxies, and notable large-scale structures are some of the objects depicted and indicated.

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

[* May 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)

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