The observable universe is estimated to contain more than 100 billion galaxies, each with billions of stars. The vastness of space is awe-inspiring.
The Observable Universe
Black holes are incredibly dense objects with gravitational forces so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape their grasp. They are formed from the remnants of massive stars.
Due to the theory of relativity, time can be experienced differently depending on the observer's velocity or proximity to massive objects. This phenomenon is known as time dilation.
Cosmic microwave background: Faint radiation from the Big Bang, offering insights into the early universe.
Cosmic Microwave Backgroun
Dark matter and dark energy: Mysterious components dominating the universe, shaping its structure and expansion.
Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Extreme cold in moon's shadows, blazing heat in stars and celestial bodies.
Multiple universes with distinct laws and properties, intriguing possibilities for our reality.