Far, far away
Far, far away
"Hubble Ultra Deep Field: The most important image ever taken (thus far)..."
One hundred BILLION galaxies. ONE HUNDRED BILLION! We here on planet Earth are nothing more than a miniscule speck, and anyone who says there is not intelligent life in the Universe other than ourselves, is not included in the number of intelligent beings. Their mind is a narrow as a rat's capillary. This video is very humbling. I wish Heaven was actually the privilege of visiting every existing body in the Universe.
Nice I always wanted to travel into space ahah
Hubble Ultra Deep Field 3D
And we are alone in the Universe?
Kinda arrogant notions humans have...huh?
I'm always amazed when I look towards the heavens..aren't you?
Watching this full screen is highly recommended. Boggles the mind.
Watch in full-screen mode.
I recommend watching this full screen at maximum resolution.
Almost everyone knows the hubble ultra deep field images. Here's an icing on the cake in 3D.
Truly mind boggling and absolutely miraculous.
2:20 pretty much ruined this for me
In 1996, the Hubble telescope was pointed at an empty part of the heavens beyond the Plough constellation; at a spot no bigger than a grain of sand held at arm's length. When the data was analysed, more than 3,000 new galaxies were discovered with the light having travelled for 13 billion light years. This is the furthest that man has ever seen into deep space.
In 2004, the exercise was repeated but this time Hubble was pointed towards an empty spot beyond the Orion constellation. 10,000 more new galaxies were discovered, each with more than 100 billion stars.
Jaw drop, eyes glued to screen, and for a split second, I could almost comprehend. I could almost understand what exactly all that means. For a split second, I understood how majestic this universe is, and it was that split second in which my love for what's out there was renewed, with a fierce passion.
In case you didn't know... Space is big.
Thanks to Supaswag for the share.
Astounding! The deep field galaxies have been mapped as to distance, so it's possible to fly through them, as is shown in this video. It's discoveries like this and their meaning that keep me going.