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Planck Mission With Sky Reference Superimposed

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posted by alias Chic Bee on Thursday 8th of April 2021 10:25:16 AM

An image from a marvelous little app by Qingqing Mao of Vanderbilt University. It was created for astronomy education and demonstration purposes. I recommend this iPhone App for its beauty and scientific interest. Planck Mission Measurements of Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation. These measurements show the uniformity of the early radiation, with variations, of the early universe after it had expanded enough to reduce its density so electromagnetic quanta could survive in the early environment of the Big Bang. A quote from FlowermanJoe: "Goes back in time some 13.82 billion years for those who are curious, (as determined by the European Planck observatory). On the other hand our NASA Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe WMAP calculated the beginning at 13.77 billion years. The light was emitted when the universe was around 400,000 years old (a mere blink of an eye lash in the annals of time). On the way to us, the light has apparently had its wavelengths stretched until it gets to us in the form of microwaves." COBE and WMAP image credits: NASA/WMAP Science Team. Plank image credits: ESA and the Planck Collaboration. IMG_6457

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