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"Exploring the Vastness: A Glimpse into the Mysteries of the Universe" In 2012, through the lens of Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Background imageUniverse Collection: The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere

The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere. Meteorologie populaire by Camill Artist: Anonymous
The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere. Meteorologie populaire by Camille Flammarion, 16th-17th centuries. Found in the collection of Zentralbibliothek Zurich

Background imageUniverse Collection: MAP microwave background

MAP microwave background
Cosmic microwave background. Whole sky image of the cosmic microwave background made by the MAP (Microwave Anisotropy Probe) spacecraft

Background imageUniverse Collection: Celestial mechanics, medieval artwork

Celestial mechanics, medieval artwork
Celestial mechanics. Coloured historical artwork depicting a medieval pilgrim looking out from the sky (blue) to see the mechanics of the heavens (upper left)

Background imageUniverse Collection: RIVERA, Diego. Man, Controller of

RIVERA, Diego. Man, Controller of
RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Man, Controller of the Universe. 1934. Right detail. Mexican Mural Painting. Fresco. MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Fine Arts Palace

Background imageUniverse Collection: Hubble Ultra Deep Field 2012

Hubble Ultra Deep Field 2012. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) infrared image of distant galaxies in a region of the sky in the constellation of Fornax

Background imageUniverse Collection: Listen to the Universe

Listen to the Universe
Al Barizi

Background imageUniverse Collection: Messier objects, full set

Messier objects, full set
Messier objects. These 110 astronomical objects were catalogued by the French astronomer Charles Messier (1730-1817), a comet hunter who wanted to list the permanent objects in the sky that might be

Background imageUniverse Collection: Baphomet by Eliphas Levi - Equilibrium of Opposites

Baphomet by Eliphas Levi - Equilibrium of Opposites
Baphomet - associated with a " Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Levi (shown here), containing binary elements representing the " sum total of the universe" (e.g)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life in Norse mythology

Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life in Norse mythology
Yggdrasil (Yggdrasill), the sacred ash, the Tree of Life, the Mundane Tree of Norse mythology, whose branches overhang the Universe

Background imageUniverse Collection: Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies

Hubble Ultra Deep Field galaxies
Ultra Deep Field galaxies. Hubble Space Telescope Ultra Deep Field, the deepest view ever taken of the universe in 2004. Each dot of light is a separate galaxy

Background imageUniverse Collection: Nebula Sh 2-106, HST image

Nebula Sh 2-106, HST image
Nebula Sh 2-106, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image. Combined optical and infrared image of the compact star-forming region and emission nebula Sharpless 2-106 (Sh 2-106)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Baphomet - Equilibrium of Opposites

Baphomet - Equilibrium of Opposites
Baphomet - associated with a " Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Levi (on which this illustration is based)

Background imageUniverse Collection: A galactic light show in spiral galaxy NGC 4258

A galactic light show in spiral galaxy NGC 4258, also known as M106, about 23 million light years away. This galaxy is famous, however

Background imageUniverse Collection: Cosmic microwave background

Cosmic microwave background. Spherical projection of the cosmic microwave background, using all-sky data from the WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life in Norse mythology

Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life in Norse mythology
Yggdrasil (Yggdrasill), the sacred ash, the Tree of Life, the Mundane Tree of Norse mythology, whose branches overhang the Universe

Background imageUniverse Collection: Sombrero galaxy (M104), HST image

Sombrero galaxy (M104), HST image
Sombrero galaxy (M104, NGC 4594), Hubble Space Telescope image. This spiral galaxy is seen almost edge-on to Earth. Its disc is seen as a dark band of dust crossing the brighter central bulge

Background imageUniverse Collection: M51 whirlpool galaxy

M51 whirlpool galaxy

Background imageUniverse Collection: Milky Way

Milky Way, optical image. The Milky Way is our own galaxy. Because Earth lies in one of its spiral arms, we look into the central mass of stars and see the galaxy as a band of light crossing the sky

Background imageUniverse Collection: Antennae colliding galaxies, Hubble image

Antennae colliding galaxies, Hubble image
Antennae colliding galaxies, Hubble Space Telescope image. The Antennae (NGC 4038 and NGC 4039) are formed of two galaxies colliding due to mutual gravitational attraction

Background imageUniverse Collection: Solar system

Solar system. Composite computer artwork of the nine planets of the solar system that orbit the Sun (far right). In order of their distance from the Sun and anticlockwise from top right they are

Background imageUniverse Collection: Solar prominence

Solar prominence. Ultraviolet SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) satellite image of a solar prominence (bottom left)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Solar system planets

Solar system planets. Computer artwork of the eight planets of the solar system, which are arrayed from left to right in order of distance from the Sun (left)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Spiral galaxy M81, composite image

Spiral galaxy M81, composite image in visible (yellow), infrared (red), and ultraviolet (blue) light. The yellow centre indicates older stars, the blue areas in the spiral arms are hot, young stars

Background imageUniverse Collection: The Orion Nebula

The Orion Nebula (also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976) is a diffuse nebula situated south of Orions Belt. It is one of the brightest nebulae, visible to the naked eye in the night sky

Background imageUniverse Collection: Hamnoy, Lofoten islands, Norway. winter

Hamnoy, Lofoten islands, Norway. winter

Background imageUniverse Collection: Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061

Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061
Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 19th-century diagram. This geocentric (Earth-centred) model shows the orbits of Mercury and Venus as a series of epicycles (loops)

Background imageUniverse Collection: Supernova explosion, artwork

Supernova explosion, artwork
Supernova explosion, computer artwork. Supernovas are the explosive deaths of massive stars

Background imageUniverse Collection: M16, The Eagle Nebula in Serpens

M16, The Eagle Nebula in Serpens

Background imageUniverse Collection: The majestic Sombrero Galaxy (Messier 104)

The majestic Sombrero Galaxy (Messier 104)

Background imageUniverse Collection: MANUSCRIPT ILLUMINATION. God as the great Architect of the Universe

MANUSCRIPT ILLUMINATION. God as the great Architect of the Universe. Illumination from the 13th century French Bible

Background imageUniverse Collection: Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Background imageUniverse Collection: Observing the Universe, conceptual image

Observing the Universe, conceptual image
Observing the Universe, conceptual computer illustration

Background imageUniverse Collection: Light echoes from exploding star

Light echoes from exploding star
Light echoes from an exploding star. Hubble Space Telescope image of an illuminated dust shell around the star v838 Monocerotis

Background imageUniverse Collection: Torus universe, artwork

Torus universe, artwork
Torus universe. Computer artwork of a universe shaped like a torus (doughnut-shaped). Some cosmologists believe that the universe could be this shape due to gravity warping spacetime

Background imageUniverse Collection: Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image

Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image
Interacting galaxies Arp 147. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image of a pair of interacting galaxies known as Arp 147. The galaxy at left is relatively undisturbed apart from a smooth ring of

Background imageUniverse Collection: French map of the planet Mars

French map of the planet Mars
A French map of the planet Mars, showing two views

Background imageUniverse Collection: Space

Space
Australian Views Space

Background imageUniverse Collection: Abundance, Astronomy, Black Background, Blue, Color Image, Concepts, Cosmology

Abundance, Astronomy, Black Background, Blue, Color Image, Concepts, Cosmology, Discovery, Exploration, Galaxy, Horizontal, Mystery, Night, No People, Photography, Planetary Science, Polar Climate

Background imageUniverse Collection: A gigantic scarp on the surface of Uranus moon, Miranda

A gigantic scarp on the surface of Uranus moon, Miranda. It is the sheerest known cliff in the solar system. It may be 3 miles high

Background imageUniverse Collection: A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

Background imageUniverse Collection: A spacial phenomenon in the cosmos

A spacial phenomenon in the cosmos

Background imageUniverse Collection: I Want! I Want!, from For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise, 1793 (engraving)

I Want! I Want!, from For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise, 1793 (engraving)
XJF472263 I Want! I Want!, from For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise, 1793 (engraving) by Blake, William (1757-1827); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageUniverse Collection: Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831

Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831
Edwin Hubble. Caricature of the US astronomer, cosmologist, athlete and boxer Edwin Powell Hubble (1889-1953) smoking a pipe

Background imageUniverse Collection: Mars Exploration Rover

Mars Exploration Rover on the surface of Mars, artwork. The first of two identical NASA rovers, Spirit, landed on Mars on 4 January 2004

Background imageUniverse Collection: Dark matter map

Dark matter map. Computer model of a dark matter (red) map in part of the universe a billion light years long, the first time the invisible dark matter between visible objects has been mapped

Background imageUniverse Collection: Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image

Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image
Cigar galaxy (M82). Combined optical, infrared and X-ray image of the Cigar galaxy (M82). This image was obtained by combining data from three of NASAs Great Observatories, found in Earth orbit

Background imageUniverse Collection: Milky Way

Milky Way. Mosaic of photographs of the Milky Way, the spiral galaxy in which our solar system lies. Our Sun is believed to be around two-thirds of the way out from the centre in a small spiral arm

Background imageUniverse Collection: Dark matter distribution

Dark matter distribution. Image 3 of 4. Supercomputer simulation, known as the Millennium Run, showing the distribution of dark matter in the local universe



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"Exploring the Vastness: A Glimpse into the Mysteries of the Universe" In 2012, through the lens of Hubble Ultra Deep Field, we witnessed a breathtaking sight - galaxies scattered across space like celestial jewels. This image reminded us of our infinitesimal existence in this vast cosmic expanse. Just as Baphomet by Eliphas Levi symbolizes equilibrium of opposites, so does the universe itself, and is a delicate balance between chaos and order, darkness and light, creation and destruction. The Flammarion engraving titled "The edge of the firmament" takes us on a journey beyond our atmosphere. It reminds us that there is more to explore and discover beyond what meets our eyes. As we delve deeper into space, we encounter Nebula Sh 2-106 captured beautifully by HST. Its vibrant colors remind us of the immense beauty hidden within these interstellar clouds. But amidst all these wonders lies Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life from Norse mythology. Just like its branches connect different realms, it represents how everything in this universe is interconnected - from galaxies to nebulae to human beings. MAP microwave background reveals remnants from an ancient era - echoes from when our universe was born. It serves as evidence for Big Bang theory and helps scientists understand how our cosmos evolved over billions of years. Messier objects offer a full set for stargazers to observe and admire. These celestial treasures hold secrets waiting to be unraveled by curious minds seeking answers about their origins and purpose. Celestial mechanics depicted in medieval artwork demonstrate humanity's fascination with understanding heavenly motions long before modern science emerged. They remind us that curiosity has always been ingrained within us as we seek knowledge about our place in this grand design. And let's not forget about Cosmic Microwave Background - faint radiation permeating throughout space since time immemorial. Its discovery revolutionized cosmology by providing insights into the early stages of our universe.