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Image Source: NASA -  Hubble Space Telescope

 

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NASA has lots and lots of hardware floating around in space, orbiting planets, and cruising around Mars, and when it wants to show off its photography chops it usually focuses on something specific. Those photos are almost always great, but a new snapshot from the Hubble Space Telescope is great because it does the exact opposite. In fact, there’s so many different things to feast your eyes on that you might want to just save the image and look at it whenever you’re bored.

 

The photo, which NASA says is of “a random patch of sky” is absolutely stunning, and it’s packed with lots of different objects in all different shapes and sizes. You’ve got bright blue spiral galaxies, bold orange clusters of galaxies, and smudges of deep red which indicate galaxies that are so far away the expansion of the universe itself has warped their color. Oh, and then there’s the bright white “worms,” which have an entirely different explanation.

 

In the full photo, you’ll see hundreds of galaxies and clusters that contain an unimaginable number of alien worlds, moons, stars, and other objects, but the bright white scribbles obscuring the view are actually nearby asteroids. “Intruding across the picture are asteroid trails that appear as curved or S-shaped streaks,” NASA explains. “Rather than leaving one long trail, the asteroids appear in multiple Hubble exposures that have been combined into one image. Of the 20 total asteroid sightings for this field, seven are unique objects. Of these seven asteroids, only two were earlier identified. The others were too faint to be seen previously.” Despite that pesky asteroids cruising around like flies, the image is truly magnificent

 

 

 

 

“Behold! God is more exalted than we can know.”

—Job 36:26
 

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I firmly believe we'll be allowed to explore the universe once in the New World. I also believe that if earth is the only planet God put people on, it won't always be that way. What engineer stops at one invention? What artist stops at one painting?

 

To quote Contact: If it was just us, it'd be an awful big waste of space.

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1 hour ago, Thomas Walker said:

I firmly believe we'll be allowed to explore the universe once in the New World. I also believe that if earth is the only planet God put people on, it won't always be that way. What engineer stops at one invention? What artist stops at one painting?

 

 

 

I think the same bro Matt, Jehovah ‘must’ have many wonderful surprises in store for us, that we don’t even think of.

Thank you for the topic bro Neil !

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Not really the topic, but relevant.

 

I watch this video twice a month since I found it. Makes my heart hurt. The irony of showing it to this audience is that the monologue is by Carl Sagan, one of the most Anti-God thinkers that you'll ever meet in the New System.  :cool:

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