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To the moon!
An infocomic about what happens to your body on your flight to the moon without all the fancy suits and ships and also if you didn't – you know – die along the way (which, by the way, you totally would).
Higher Peak: Altitude-Oxygen Chart • Burj Khalifa • Altitude Sickness • Popular Mechanics: Why does everyone climb Mount Everest in May? • Science Journal: Two weeks in the mountains can change your blood for months • Wikipedia: Rüppel's vulture • NSSL: Thunderstorm Basics • UCAR: The Stratosphere - overview • Wikipedia: Armstrong Limit•Wikipedia: Stratosphere • The Independent, Eusatace space jump: Watch Google executive break Felix Baumgartner's record and the speed of sound • NASA: What causes a "falling star"? • Science Direct, Zonal Wind • UCAR, The Mesosphere - overview • Wikipedia: Thermos L.L.C. • Aurora Service, What is the Aurora Borealis? • NASA, International Space Station Facts and Figures • Wikipedia: Atmospheric entry• NASA, How far away is the moon?• NASA, Space Debris and Human Spacecraft• Physics Classroom, Newton's Third Law • Live Science, How far can the human eye see?•Popular Science, What happens to your body when you die in space?
Design: Taisia Tikhnovetskaya Research: Taisia Tikhnovetskaya, Sabine Devins Text: Sabine Devins