Our Solar System.
Beyond Energy, Matter, Time and Space
“Humans might think we can figure out the ultimate mysteries, but there is no reason to believe that we have all the pieces necessary for a theory of everything.”
but do aliens believe in me….
It’s Always the Fourth of July in Space!
"This composite of 30 photos of the Tarantula Nebula, contains data from three telescopes, Chandra (blue), Hubble (green), and Spitzer (red). Located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, the Tarantula Nebula is one of the largest star-forming regions close to the Milky Way."
Detail from a new piece I’m working through for a Reddit event.
Visualizing The Hidden Cosmos | The Making Of ‘Dark Universe’ (by The Creators Project)
"The team behind Hayden Planetarium’s latest space show, Dark Universe, including Neil deGrasse Tyson, detail the developments in research and technology that have enabled the show’s unprecedented views of our galaxy. Find out how they were able to simulate and visualize the cosmic mysteries of dark matter and dark energy, which make up 95% of the universe invisible to the naked eye. "
The only two reactions to this realization.
“After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?”
Neil deGrasse Tyson
There is no thought nobler…
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is an Explorer-class planet finder. In the first-ever spaceborne all-sky transit survey, TESS will identify planets ranging from Earth-sized to gas giants, orbiting a wide range of stellar types and orbital distances. The principal goal of the TESS mission is to detect small planets with bright host stars in the solar neighborhood, so that detailed characterizations of the planets and their atmospheres can be performed.
NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.