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Sometimes, discovering when something happened only begins to make sense when it’s seen in relation to other events. This is particularly easy to do if the total time is shown in the form of a clock. The age of the Earth is about 4.5 billion years – on the clock, 1 second equals approximately 52,000 years and one hour is 187.5 million years.

Mission Patches - a wall of history in the Space Station Node 1, including my last time here, 11 years ago.

Infographic: The nearest stars, their distances in light-years, spectral types and known planets.

Layers of Earths Atmosphere Oooh. I like this graphic too. Maybe I'll use it in 3 years when we do the atmosphere again.

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chromosome 1, part of the genome project