A – Ocean jasper? The Milky Way? The interior of a long bone? What do you think each image could be?
B – An observatory; our important tools look not only in the visible but across the EM spectrum.
C – A spiral galaxy, one of two trillion in our universe. How far out can we see? That is equivalent to asking how far back in time – the speed of light determines that distance.
D – Black bubbles. Try blowing bubbles when it is zero degrees out (or microwave a bar of soap)! Experiment, science adventurer!
E – Stars through the clouds in our night skies.
F – A gas giant planet, or perhaps Venus with its thick, toxic atmosphere!
G – The sun? Bacterial growth? So much of the vast world mimics the miniature world, up to 40 orders of magnitude different in size.
H – A microscope for a budding scientist.
I – Looking through the portable telescope at the night sky. Remember to adjust it frequently for the earth’s rotation!
J – Could this be the individual atoms in a crystal lattice?
K – A woman using a scanning electron microscope; a scanning tunneling microscope can display a single atom!