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A Sci-Fi One-Way Journey to the Edge of the Known Universe   A Sci-Fi One-Way Journey to the Edge of the Known Universe
By Rohina @ 17 Aug 2012 :: Article Rating
 

The animation is built with images taken from the all-famous Hubble telescope, as well as the material provided with great thanks from their official websites acknowledged as below. The Voyage to the Edge of the Universe is a one-of-its-kind sci-fi expedition that discovers the science and history behind some of the far-away spatial bodies in the galaxies lying near and far. As such made with great care to keep up with the realism of the cosmological and all the physical laws intact, a dash of scientific fantasy has also been added. 


So, gear up to take a straight flight, voyaging across the space and time. Get ready to take up this exotic journey and get away from Earth for a matter of few minutes. The trip perfectly resembles a fantasy that lets us past the planets within our solar system like the Jupiter and also those from the neighborhood, beyond our solar system. Experience it all, from the nearest stars and nebulae to the galaxies and black holes far away beyond the horizon of imagination. As regards with the ship proportion, we are making use of a new approach that generates a Wormhole in various steps, all the way to the other edge of the Universe. 


The Story

In order to get you what exactly the video is all about, more than the science and physics of various terminologies altogether, it involves fiction or imagination. To get to the heart of it, think of the video as if you are watching 2001: A Space Odyssey in clear cut high definition, the all-time hit science fiction movies that featured grand ideas about the Universe.
In the sequel, part two of this series, I will be explaining  more upon the science of the ship that played a vital role in making this journey possible. For the ship, it is just a giant space telescope that is surrounded by impassable egg-shaped shell, made of a thin atomic-size membrane that built the Higgs Field.

The strong force is highly able to protect the shell as its body is wholly made up of subatomic particle, with barely any space between the nuclides. The Higgs Field is able to make the whole space around the egg-ship apparently is weightless and hence is not visible to our reference frame. The egg-ship behaves like neutrinos and is very much able to travel through solid matter and remain unaltered by matter scattered in its path to the edge of the universe.


The telescope is well-protected by the field as it has by now has gained no mass at all. Thus, it gets highly invisible to our reference frame and yet only photons can penetrate the shell and hence can see the surrounding space. It then enters a good number of small black holes that enables it to travel at an incredible speed to the other end of the space in a matter of roughly about 11 minutes duration of the video. This is a one-way voyage as it does reach the edge of the universe where it becomes difficult to apply any of the law in physics. Its ability to revert back signals to Earth fails as well. 

The Egg-shaped Ship and the science of Wormholes:

It is an all-considering phenomenon that the black hole is a black, vivaciously gigantic and a heavy object. However, in my view, the blackness can purely be seen from the reference frame right here on earth, as there is no light that protrudes off from the black hole. Hence, the black hole, also referred to as wormhole often, is completely colourless, black and non-visible from our reference frame. And so, when the ship enters the event horizon and is sucked inside, to the observer inside the egg-shaped ship, the world will appear as clean and clear in pure white. This is so because, the noise level is to its maximum extent possible and therefore every other thing will appear white. There on, in a blink of an eye, the egg ship travels vast distances, through the time and space of our universe. And then, when it comes out the other side, the egg ship would have already covered another few billion light years to an all-new and unknown place to discover more wonders that lies in and around the Universe.

• The eye on the universe is by Deep Impact Spacecraft
• Telescope's mirror is used both to observe and transmit finding back to earth
• Formation of a ring around an extrasolar planet 
• vampire star and Crab Supernova Explosion
• red supergiant supernova progenitor star exploding
• Star-forming region S 106
• exoplanet, Fomalhaut b, orbiting its sun, Fomalhaut.

Acknowledgements:
Space for Europe: esa.int
Nasa Multimedia: nasa.gov
Music: Pavane pour une infante défunte - salaro.com/537.re

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