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The Journey to Outer Space
Earlier this week we took a Journey to the Centre of the Earth with the BBC’s interactive visualization of what lies beneath the Earth’s surface. You can also use som Relief map USA *.Ai : FULL vector SPHERE projection Adobe illustrator for drawing your own map. Now it’s time to take a journey into outer space with How Big is Space. Using the same scrolling technique How Big is Space takes you on a journey from Earth to the edge of the solar system. As you scroll down the page you will leave Earth’s atmosphere, pass the planets and the Kuiper belt before passing Voyager 1 & 2 on your journey to the outer edges of our solar system.
As in the Journey to the Centre of the Earth the How Big is Space visualization uses a shifting
scale. A display at the bottom of the screen
updates with the current scale and a handy guide to the distance
Landlocked Laos is one of the world’s few remaining communist states and one of East Asia’s poorest.
A French colony until the 1953, the power struggle which ensued between royalists and the communist group Pathet Lao also saw the country caught up in the Vietnam War. Communist forces overthrew the monarchy in 1975, heralding years of isolation.
After the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, Laos began opening up to the world. But despite economic reforms, the country remains poor and heavily dependent on foreign aid.
Most Laotians live in rural areas, with around 80% working in agriculture mostly growing rice. The state has made no secret of its huge hydropower ambitions and its desire to become the “battery” of Southeast Asia.
The government anticipates that by 2025 hydropower will become the country’s biggest source of revenue. But neighbours Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia have raised concerns about the environmental impact of its dam building projects along the Mekong River