This Map Lets You Plug in Your Address to See How It’s Changed Over the Past 750 Million Years

By Meilan Solly SMITHSONIAN.COM This interactive tool enables users to hone in on a specific location and visualize how it has evolved between the Cryogenian Period and the present Some 240 million years ago, the patch of land that would one day become the National Mall was part of an enormous supercontinent known as Pangea. […]

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1 Billion Pixel Camera can distinguish a single hair from 430 miles away!

December 26, 2013 By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent The biggest digital camera in the world was recently launched into space to produce the most detailed map of our galaxy ever created The £630 million Gaia Space Telescope will take three dimensional pictures of more than a billion stars in the Milky Way in an attempt […]

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