Are you a History Channel junky? Into secret WWII projects? How about a boat made of ice secretly built on a remote Canadian lake?
5 years ago today we unveiled our Idaho SuperGraphic featuring the Hagerman Horse.
Today in 1543 Copernicus published his proof of a sun-centered Universe. There is still so much for us to learn about the stars! Radio telescopes are one of the ways that we peer into the rest of the Universe.
Did you know that today in 1788 S Carolina ratified the US Constitution? See our SC graphic here
During the 1400s, Agnes Sorel was the first woman to wear diamonds in public. This was quite controversial because she was not only a woman and a commoner, she was also the mistress of France’s King Charles VII. Learn More
Today in 1804 Lewis and Clark departed from St. Louis on their expedition, but they had been preparing long before that. How do you get ready for a long journey?
Did you know today in 1913 the 17th Amendment to the US Constitution passed? Do you remember what was in the 17th amendment?
Today in 1990 the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into space and has brought us so many breathtaking images since then. Learn More
Yay! Today is Throwback Thursday, get ready for some classics! Let’s start with Delaware. Did you know that today in 1638 - Swedish colonists settled in present-day Delaware.
ThrowBack Thursday: This was one of the first SuperGraphics produced in 1987! Some of the classic graphics are still super awesome, don’t you think?