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Somewhere Out in Space is an album by German power metal band, Gamma Ray. It was released on August 25, 1997 and is the band's fifth studio album. Continuing in the tradition of the previous four albums, it contained yet another different lineup, but would also be the first album to feature the band's longest standing lineup. The album featured Dirk Schlächter on bass for the first time since his guest appearance on Heading for Tomorrow, Henjo Richter on guitar and Dan Zimmermann on drums.

Somewhere at the Edge of our Universe - Space Travel, 2002 4E. by Vziel. Usage CC0 . Universal.

Written-By – Vziel Projet. mhzesent - The North Pole (II). Marasmatronics Projet - A Man Of Mystery. Merzlux - Two Shreks.

Our universe is expected to be 1. 72 billion years old, quite old isn’t it? So how big is our universe really? Scientists today estimate it to be 2. Giga-Parsecs in width. Obviously light will never be able to reach us as it will have to travel through a relatively expanding space. This also signifies that any event that may have happened today, beyond the cosmic event horizon will simply be not observable by us, no matter what. But we can actually see even further through telescopes. The edge of the observable universe also marks what is called the particle horizon, the maximum distance one can see into the past. Everything we have seen so far was from the perspective of keeping Earth at the center and scaling time to the past with distance. Imagine, in current time, your intergalactic twin lived on the particle horizon with respect to Earth.

Journey to the Edge of the Universe is a documentary film broadcast on National Geographic and the Discovery Channel. It documents a space journey from Earth to the edge of the universe itself. 3. Through the Wormhole. Hosted by Morgan Freeman, Through the Wormhole will explore the deepest mysteries of existence - the questions that have puzzled mankind for eternity. What are we made of? What was there before the beginning?

Our universe is expanding, so while the light from 14 billion light-years away is just reaching us now, that same point of origin has spent the last 14 billion years expanding away from Earth, placing it a total of nearly 4. billion light-years away. We can’t see that far, but we can detect the traces left behind and draw conclusions, which makes it observable. In simple terms, the space between galaxies is also expanding, which drives the edge of the universe further and further from us every single second. Therefore, to even dream of reaching the edge of the universe, a spaceship would have to go as close as physically possible to the speed of light, somewhere around 9. 999999%.

That's our Universe expanding from Dark Energy and yada yada (We all know this). Now we draw a straight line around the balloon. Though it's not a straight line to us, it is to the 2D inhabitants. In our 3D world, the line 'bends' across our 3D vector, where to the 2D inhabitants however, it's just a line going on and on in one direction. Now apply that to the 3D Universe

Universe is not placed anywhere, universe created space and time, before the birth of universe there was no place, it existed only after the birth of universe. Where is the universe located? Location is defined by the surrounding, if there is no surrounding, how can you define the location? Universe itself gave birth to everything we see, so before its birth, nothing existed  . What may be confusing is that sometimes people talk about the edge or limits of the visible universe. This limit exists because the universe is finite in age, about 14 billion years old.

This means that at 110 light-years away from earth - the edge of a radio ‘sphere’ which contains many star systems - our very first radio broadcasts are beginning to arrive. At 74 light-years away, television signals are being introduced. Star systems at a distance of 50 light-years are now entering the ‘Twilight Zone’. These signals would also eventually degrade but are able to travel much, much further before degradation occurs.


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  • Written-By – Vziel Projet