January 3, 2016

Miscellany 27

This is what the entire universe looks like in one image

 Entire-Observable-Universe-Logarithmic-Illustration

Musician Pablo Carlos Budassi combined logarithmic maps of the universe from Princeton and images from NASA. He created the image below that shows the observable universe in one disc.

Our sun and solar system are at the very center of the image, followed by the outer ring of our Milky Way galaxy, the Perseus arm of the Milky Way, a ring of other nearby galaxies like Andromeda, the rest of the cosmic web, cosmic microwave background radiation leftover from the big bang, and finally a ring of plasma also generated by the big bang:

More than $900 billion has been spent saving Matt Damon

Boffins claim to have discovered an '800-year-old mobile phone'

 800-Year-Old-Mobile-Phone


Inside Antarctica’s Catholic Ice Chapel, the World’s Southernmost Church

 Icechapel



How to Hula Hoop Like a Man

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