Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy’

Inter Galactic Rocks Mexico?

In Astrophysics on September 10, 2013 at 08:12

Notwithstanding  being cold shouldered-by the Scientists ,UFO, Alien information is flooding.

As I have been lamenting for sometime now, the Scientists do not seem to have the inclination to check the veracity of the information, for fear of the information being proved correct.

Now there are reports that Alien rocks were found in Mexico and as usual, I expect NASA denial to rush through.


Rocks suspeted to be from Aliiens.

Alien Rocks.

Alien rocks, from Planet Gootan, were discovered in Mexico.

The rocks were found in the state of Sonora.  Experts from the U.N. Panel of Extraterrestrials have identified the rocks as being from Planet Gootan.  ”They are definitely Gootan rocks.  No doubt about it,” said Dr. John Malley, the head of the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials.

Some thought that the rocks had fallen from a dump truck. They were wrong.  They fell from outer space.  Some thought that the smell was gas, but it’s not… it’s a radioactive, intergalactic substance know as Gooboplasm.

The U.N. is carefully going to study the rock.  The U.S. military is getting involved as well.  ”We are concerned that the rocks may be weaponized, so we are taking every precaution,” said a representative from the Defense Department.

The rocks contained phosphorite, a chemical chain reaction that could have ignited them as they were been subjected to friction.Phosphorus in rocks, or phosphorite, is usually deposited by sediment – dissolved phosphorus from continental weathering that is brought to the oceans by rivers and streams.



Internet As Galaxy Photo Essay

In internet on July 28, 2013 at 12:32

Imagine the Internet being projected as a Galaxy.

How would it like?

This has been done.

Have a look.

Internet as Galaxy

he Internet Map is the brainchild of Ruslan Enikeev. MailOnline‘s position in the web solar system is circled.

Ruslan Enikeev’s fascinating website, colour codes websites from more than 196 countries with the hundreds of thousands of different sized dots intricately mapped out to precision.

Internet as A Galaxy.

map of the internet shows the world’s most read websites. The bigger the circle of a website is, the more traffic it gets

Internet as Galaxy.

Traffic: Users can click on each website represented to find out more about its traffic

The map features all manner of websites, from news sites like the MailOnline, entertainment sites and a vast array of shopping websites.

But while sites, or planets, are not grouped according to their subject manner, they are not merely mapped out in a random mess.



Nice Space GIF Essay

In Astrophysics, images on May 17, 2013 at 16:58

Nothing to comment excepting it is fun.

Space Locomotion

Space Locomotion

The Sun Gif


Galaxy Gif.

Our Galaxy

Space jump by a Cat

Cat’s Space Jump. This gif of the infamous internet cat jump mashed together with Felix Baumgartner’s space jump is why the internet was created Created by Reddit’s CharlieDarwin2

Effects of Gravity in Space,Crying-gif.

Crying in space





Cosmic Dawn Universe Photo Essay

In Astrophysics, images, Universe on March 23, 2013 at 20:02



Cosmic Dawn, Looks Like Vishnu's Conch

Cosmic Dawn, Looks Like Vishnu’s Conch


From Hubble Telescope.

From Hubble Telescope.


Cosmologists have shown that the Universe began in a hot, dense, and featureless state about 13.7 billion years ago. The Universe we observe today, however, is rich with structures such as galaxies, the product of billions of years of expansion, cooling, and gravity.

The era between 380,000 and 100 million years after “the Big Bang” is called the cosmic dark ages; a time before the first stars formed to light up the Universe. Between 100 million to 1 billion years after the Big Bang, primordial gas collapsed gravitationally into galaxies, where it cooled and compressed enough to form the first stars, ending the dark ages. Light from these first galaxies ripped apart (“re-ionized”) and heated hydrogen atoms in the inter-galactic gas that filled the Universe. This “feedback” impacted future galaxy and star formation and left observable imprints which astronomers are just now beginning to detect. Understanding this epoch of reionization and first light is a key goal in Cosmology and Astrophysics.



Cosmic Dawn

Cosmic Dawn


Credit: H. Ford (JHU/STScI), the Faint Object Spectrograph IDT, and NASA

Credit: H. Ford (JHU/STScI), the Faint Object Spectrograph IDT, and NASA

Image Credit: European Space Agency & NASA Acknowledgment: E. Olszewski (University of Arizona)

Image Credit: European Space Agency & NASA Acknowledgment: E. Olszewski (University of Arizona)



Black Hole Destroying Matter Photos Videos

In Astrophysics, images, videos on December 22, 2012 at 08:27

Phenomenon that is causing awe and least understood is Black Hole.

It is said to be so dense that it does not allow even the light rays to escape and its presence is inferred.

They swallow matter.

A rare photo of Black hole  destroying matter is captured.

Here they are:

DaGalaxy Hercules A

A Radio-Optical View of the Galaxy Hercules A

Illustration of Black Hole.

Artist’s illustraton of the disk around a giant black hole. Image credit: A. Hobart, CXC


Probable Black Hole Destroys Star, Puttenham & NASA’s Artists Compar

Cosmic Journeys : The Largest Black Holes in the Universe



Black holes may be the most ironic objects in the Universe. They are objects with gravity so fierce that if you venture too close, literally no force in the Universe can prevent you from falling in. Not even light can escape, which is why we call them what we do.

Yet they also power the brightest objects in the Universe. As matter falls in, it forms a diskjust outside the black hole that gets infernally hot, blasting out radiation bright enough that it can be seen across the Universe. Not only that, due to forces in the disk like friction and magnetism ramped up to mind-numbing intensities, this disk can focus and blast out two incredibly powerful beams of matter and energy which scream out into space, forming structures both vast and beautiful … like the ones seen in the galaxy Hercules A:

eriously, grab the embiggened version of that. It’s stunning. I’m using it as my computer’s desktop image, in fact. There’s also an incredible 5000 x 3500 pixel version.

In the heart of the galaxy Hercules A is a monster black hole: It’s about 600 times as massive as the black hole in the center of our Milky Way, making it about 2.5 billion times the Sun’s mass. It’s one of the largest known black holes in the Universe, so big we call it “supermassive.”

And it’s hungry. Material is actively funneling down into the maw of that beast, forming a huge disk and blasting out those jets of material you can see in the picture (which is a combination of visible light seen by the Hubble Space Telescope and radio waves—colored pink in the image—detected by the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array). Focused tightly, those jets march across space at ridiculously high speed, slamming into material around them. Eventually they lose enough energy that they slow and puff outward, forming those twin lobes. When this happens, the material emits light in the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The lobes of Herc A make it one of the brightest sources of radio waves in the entire sky.

The scale of this will turn your brain into goo: Those lobes are well over 1.5 million light years across from tip to tip, 15 times the size of our entire galaxy! And they’re powerful, emitting a billion times the energy our Sun does at radio wavelengths. The energy flowing out of Hercules A is simply insane. In X-rays alone it blasts out 100 billion times as much energy as our Sun does in all wavelengths of light. Replace our Sun with an object that bright and the Earth would vaporize.


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