The Multiverse is Made of Bubbles; No, Really!

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The theory of eternal inflation casts our universe as one of countless bubbles in an eternally frothing sea. Olena Shmahalo / Quanta Magazine

Click on the link for an informative article on how the multiverse may look a lot more like the Ptolemaic model than originally thought.

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Comet Song

Wildspace: The Spelljammer Fanzine

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/comet-67p-song-captured-by-rosetta-spacecraft-1.2834947

If you’re a space science (and fantasy) nut like me, you’re sitting on the edge of your seat right now, reading everything coming out of the Philae and Rosetta spacecraft project.  This is what a comet sounds like; or at least, what this comet sounds like.  Do you think the starhands hear noises like this sailing in the cosmos?  I sure do!

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Phlogiston?

Wildspace: The Spelljammer Fanzine

Space Clouds Glitter Where Stars Are Born

Rainbow light and raw possibilities circulate outside of the crystal spheres.

The image was acquired as a part of Hi-GAL, a survey mapping the entire plane of the Milky Way in a wide range of infrared light that Herschel was specially designed to detect. The image above is just a small section of a larger version, which in itself is just 1/30th of the entire Hi-GAL survey.  For the science of how this was done, click on the image.

Here’s the rainbow river in full.  Click on the picture for the larger image.

Glowing Jewels in the Galactic Plane

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