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portable07 * A portable Space Signpost, with users, displaying distance to the comet Tempel 1. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 2480 x 3763 * (741KB)

portable08 * A portable Space Signpost, with users, displaying distance to Sedna. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 2480 x 3779 * (625KB)

portable09 * A portable Space Signpost, with users, displaying distance to the Moon. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 3543 x 2318 * (509KB)

portable10 * A portable Space Signpost, with users and Adam Nieman, displaying distance to the Hubble Space Telescope. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 3541 x 2362 * (572KB)

portable11 * A portable Space Signpost, with users and Adam Nieman, displaying distance to Sedna. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 3538 x 2362 * (537KB)

portable12 * A portable Space Signpost, with users and Adam Nieman, displaying distance to Cassini. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 2343 x 3543 * (760KB)

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portable14 * Portable Space Signpost packed into a flight-case. Photo: Julian Nieman. * 2480 x 3407 * (535KB)

screen-cassini * Screen-shot from Bristol Space Signpost Interface. Cassini has been selected. * 1280 x 1024 * (266KB)

screen-earth * Screen-shot from Bristol Space Signpost Interface. Earth has been selected. * 1280 x 1024 * (283KB)

screen-hubble * Screen-shot from the Bristol Space Signpost Interface. The Hubble Space Telescope has been selected. * 1280 x 1024 * (250KB)

screen-jupiter * Screen-shot from Bristol Space Signpost Interface. Jupiter has been selected. * 1280 x 1024 * (233KB)

screen-mars * Screen-shot from Bristol Space Signpost Interface. Mars has been selected. * 1280 x 1024 * (218KB)

Comment: A portable Space Signpost, with Adam Nieman, displaying distance to Mars.
Photo: Julian Nieman.
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