Space X’s Journey

This infographic will go under number 0 Because, in number 0, it talks about four astronauts who returned to earth on Monday. It doesn’t tell you who the four astronauts were. So I thought it would be good to show you who the four astronauts were.

This infographic will go under number 13 Because, in number 13, it talks about the next crew that will spend six months up there. So I decided to create an infographic about who the next crew is.

This infographic falls under number 15 because it talks about how she looks forward to launching another set of four this week. So I thought I’d put a table up to show you what SpaceX has done since it was founded in 2002.

https://bit.ly/3CyR6Qe

https://go.nasa.gov/3wTaAy2

https://bit.ly/3qPAVvI

In this week’s sets of infographics, I decided to use Canva to create the infographics. I have used Canva for most of my projects, and I strongly know how to use the program now. I decided to start from scratch. I like this programme a lot. It has a lot of tools that help you create whatever you need to create.

The elements of the story that caught my eye were numbers 0, 13, and 15. I used those three numbers to create my infographic. With number 0, I thought I’d create an infographic telling you who the four astronauts were who came back to earth on Monday. With number 13, I’d thought I’d tell you who the next four people going on the mission are. With number 15, I’d thought I’d tell you what SpaceX has done since it was founded in 2002.

I researched the topic by looking at the story, and picking the numbers that I wanted, and researching something about that part of the story. It took me about 1 hour to research the infographics, and it took me another hour to create these infographics, so it took me 2 hours in total.

My design process was pretty simple; I decided to use a blue/ dark blue background because it kind of looks like space. I decided to use a white font because it’s a dark background. The font I used was the font they already recommended for me, which was Open Sans Extra. In the third infographic, I made a table by myself with the line tool.

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