5 Awesome Facts About The Hubble Telescope

Awesome Things You Need To Know About The Hubble Telescope

1995 was the time when it showed the world what it was capable of. Its operators allowed it to stare at a random direction for 10 days hoping it would catch something interesting. The lengthy exposure actually paid off with the set of images called the “Hubble Deep Field”. This set of images showed humans the most astonishing images of galaxies and star systems never seen before. In the present, it has already supplied us with 5000 stunning images of galaxies.

8 Rare Astronomical Events We Can Still Experience

This comet periodically orbits around our sun every 75 years. It got its name from the astronomer who discovered it on 1531, Edmund Halley. Astronomers reported that this comet is 9 miles long and 5 miles wide and made mostly of icy particles. During its journey through our solar system, it gets illuminated by the sun making it visible in some parts of Earth. The next time it will visit near Earth will be in the year 2061.

4 Sensible Reasons Why We Need To Colonize Mars

This reason comes first because it is the most important. Nobody is actually saying that something bad will happen which will wipe out our entire species. Yet the big question remains-What are we going to do if it does happen? Having a thriving community of humans on another planet is the best back up plan in case the worst happens. And there is no better time to make the necessary actions to make this happen than now.

There is also that possibility that we abuse this world
until it becomes inhabitable. At least we would have a place to start all over

6 Bizzare Cosmology Theories You Have To Read

6 Weird And Bizarre Cosmology Theories Ever Released

Lee Smolin of Perimeter Institute in Canada suggested that universes make babies universes. Smolin based this idea that matter could bounce back when compressed to extreme densities at the center of a black hole. When it bounces back, it produces a baby universe as an offspring. So this means that universes with a lot of black holes can dominate the population of a multiverse.

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