Science posters, links and the best of week!

Hello!

Today I’ll share with you my favorite links about science I found out these days. I hope you enjoy it!

  • Notes of Leonardo da Vinci

 

Recently The British Library has digitized 570 loose pages of notes written and drawn by Leonardo da Vinci to compile a notebook which is called, The Codex Arundel. It’s available online for free! But.. it’s in italian and Leonardo used a technique known as left-handed mirror-writing (reading from right to left).

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  • Amazing science posters

 

If you like science posters, you’ll love these with great woman in science. Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya has created 6 custom posters to help celebrate both women and science and connect the Women’s March to the March for Science.

The Rosalind Franklin’s poster is my favorite. What is yours?

 

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MARS EXPLORERS WANTED! NASA Made available amazing illustrations in high quality. And all space enthusiasts will want to print them:

 

     Mars needs YOU! In the future, Mars will need all kinds of explorers, farmers, surveyors, teachers . . . but most of  all YOU! Join us on the Journey to Mars as we explore with robots and send humans there one day. Download a Mars poster that speaks to you. Be an explorer!

 

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You can downloaded the illustrations here.

  • Get a job!

After this, you can get a job of Planetary Protection Officer with a salary of $124,406 to $187,000 / per year. If you want this job, you can make your application here.

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If you don’t get the job, keep calm and enjoy the next topic of this list.

  • Panoramic views of International Space Station

 

Google street view now allow users to peer inside the International Space Station from their computer 248 miles below with 360-degree, panoramic views. The virtual tour allows users to peek into areas where astronauts eat, exercise, work and even bathe.

 

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The Street View imagery was captured by Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut with the European Space Agency. He also wrote a blog post about his experience. The 360° photos are available here.

 

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