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There is no centre of the universe! According to the standard theories of cosmology, the universe started with a "Big Bang" about 14 thousand million years ago and has been expanding ever since. Yet there is no centre to the expansion; it is the same everywhere. On a clear, moonless night, one can often see a hazy, luminous band stretching across the sky. The ancients devised many fanciful myths to account for this "milky way." Galileo was the first to look at this haze with a telescope and discover that it was composed of countless dim stars. Today, we realize that this hazy band is our view from the inside of a vast disk that is home to billions of stars, including our own Sun, and vast amounts of interstellar dust. This is our galaxy — the Milky Way. Earlier in this century, Edwin Hubble's observations led to the discovery that ours is only one of many billions of galaxies that dot the universe with each galaxy home to billions of stars. Some, like the Milky Way, are flat disks with arcing spiral arms and regions of dense interstellar gas, called nebulae, which are active sites of star formation. Yet others are ellipse-shaped agglomerations of mature stars, virtually devoid of interstellar gas or dust.

The Science of the Universe Documentary. What did the ancient Greeks recognize as the universe? In their model, the universe contained Earth at the center, the Sun, the Moon, five planets, and a sphere to which all the stars were attached. This idea held for many centuries until Galileo’s telescope helped allow people to realize that Earth is not the center of the universe. They also found out that there are many more stars than were visible to the naked eye. All of those stars were in the Milky Way Galaxy.

Tide Wave Qiantang River, China, Haining,on March 04 2011. Large tidal bore coming up the river.

Gold Prospecting With Drag Coils By Coiltek /

Herkimer Diamond is a type of quartz. If you've enjoyed this video then your gonna love my other videos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8U6GY6l4tPMMDyI2mdicgc9qrzmamXMq If you wanna see the biggest Herkimer Diamond I've ever dug https://youtu.be/nLhkFZv8Hko Or maybe you like smaller and gemmier? Check out this video where I hit 2 amazing jewelry box pockets. https://youtu.be/63cef_2poSA or check out my latest video with this crazy hydrocarbon pocket https://youtu.be/EcctFUyRl8M 0:01 Wiggling a little bit. 0:02 I'm kind of concerned about this crack here. 0:04 Almost looks like it's going to be broke when it comes out but who knows. 0:56 Dont want to force it. 1:15 Oh there we go, come on baby. 2:00 Oh there we go, oh look at that, pretty little calcites on the bottom. 3:32 There she be. 3:33 I'll take that one home all day long. 3:46 Yeah I LOVE MY JOB!


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