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Here Is What The Entire Universe Looks Like In One Image

Our universe is so wide that it is rather almost unfeasible to set it in one frame. But now-a-days it has become possible to do so. The musician Pablo Carlos Budassi created an image that shows the apprehensible universe in one disc. He collected Logarithmic maps of the Universe from Princeton and images from NASA.  Logarithms help us to precise a large amount of numbers. Instead of showing all parts of universe in this picture, each part is representing a large magnitude on a linear scale.

Our Sun and the solar system are at the very center of this image. They are followed by the outer ring of Milky Way Galaxy, one of the two major arms of Milky Way, a ring of other closer galaxies like Andromeda, rest of the cosmos, cosmic microwave background radiation leftover from the big bang, and finally a ring of plasma also generated by the big bang. Budassi got the idea of setting the whole universe in one picture after making hexaflexagons at his son’s birthday.
Budassi told “When I was making hexaflexagons for my son as a moment, I started to make the central views of cosmos and solar system. The idea of making logarithmic view came into my mind and the next day I was able to set the images from NASA and some images I created myself to set them with Phototshop.”

He shared the image into public domain.

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