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constellation - photo by bryan mangum

constellation - photo by bryan mangum

A finite View of Infinity... the first depiction of multiple galaxies in a book. Thomas Wright, “An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe”, 1750.  (via Black Heart Press)

A finite View of Infinity... the first depiction of multiple galaxies in a book. Thomas Wright, “An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe”, 1750. (via Black Heart Press)

Meeting of two galaxies

Meeting of two galaxies

Artes Visuais, A Imagem, Espaço Sideral, The O'jays, Ratos, As Fotos, Fotos, Light Year, Stairway

A long tail of interstellar dust shines in the reflected light of nearby stars in this view of a nebula in the constellation Corona Australis (the southern crown). In some parts the dust accumulates to form dense molecular clouds from which it is thought young stars are born.

A long tail of interstellar dust shines in the reflected light of nearby stars in this view of a nebula in the constellation Corona Australis (the southern crown). In some parts the dust accumulates to form dense molecular clouds from which it is thought young stars are born.

Thomas Wright (1711-1786)  "An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe, Founded upon the Laws of Nature".

Thomas Wright (1711-1786) "An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe, Founded upon the Laws of Nature".

Holographic principle suggests that the entire universe can be seen as a two-dimensional information structure "painted" on the cosmological horizon, such that the three dimensions we observe are an effective description only at macroscopic scales and at low energies. Cosmological holography has not been made mathematically precise, partly because the cosmological horizon has a finite area and grows with time.[4][5]

As mais recentes simulações feitas no Japão parecem dar força à ideia de que o nosso Universo não é tridimensional, mas sim uma projeção holográfica proveniente de um longínquo local a duas dimensões.

See Explanation.  Clicking on the picture will download  the highest resolution version available.

See Explanation. Clicking on the picture will download the highest resolution version available.

From 342 exposures over 10 days, the Hubble Deep Field image revealed a dazzling array of almost 3,000 galaxies. Credit NASA and European Space Agency

Unforgettable Hubble Space Telescope Photos

From 342 exposures over 10 days, the Hubble Deep Field image revealed a dazzling array of almost 3,000 galaxies. Credit NASA and European Space Agency

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