Posted Dec 5, 2014 | Original Source: Matt Baker, UsefulCharts.
Neat chart detailing the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Skylab missions. Click to enlarge.
Posted July 11, 2014 | Original Source: io9
The original (1968) Planet of the Apes time-twist blew my mind when I saw it as a kid. Since then, the remakes/sequels/prequels have made things messy. This chart tries to make some sense of it all. Click the image to zoom.
Posted May 21, 2014 | Original Source: UsefulCharts
Based on a vintage design, this chart shows how over 250 plants, animals, and microbes are classified into domains, kingdoms, phyla, orders, families, and genera. At the same time, it also shows where each group fits into the evolutionary history of life according to the most up-to-date genetic research. Available as a poster here.
Updated May 16, 2015 | Original Source: Michael JD
Here’s a great chart to help you sort out all those characters in Game of Thrones. It only contains spoilers if you haven’t watched Seasons 1 and 2. Click the image for a better view. Scroll down for a slimmed-down chart focusing only on the four main families. Also, be sure to see the Game of Thrones Characters chart, here.
Below is a simpler chart focusing only on the four main families. It primarily shows the royal bloodline with all the claimants and possible claimants, including popular fan theories (SPOILERS!). Click it to enlarge. Thanks to UsefulCharts for this one!
And, if you think these bloodlines are complicated, check out the real game of thrones. It’s a family tree of European royalty from Charlemagne to the new Prince George of Cambridge. You can see that, like the TV show, marriages between royal houses are super important. It’s made by UsefulCharts and is available as a poster.
Posted Apr 6, 2014 | Original Source: Spencer Charles
This is not your typical solar system layout. Reason being is that this is actually a science fiction map of our future solar system complete with hyperjumps and cyrogenic sleep stations. Available as a poster here: here. Click for a better view: