Are we living in a multiverse? - Anthony Aguirre (SETI Talks) SETI Talks Archive: About a decade ago, we completed an epochal transformation in the understanding of our cosmos, unraveling a broad and deep understanding of how the observable universe has evolved from a hot, dense state 13.7 billion years ago. Yet a second, even bigger transformation may now be taking place, because this understanding points to a crucial early epoch of "inflationary" cosmic expansion, during which it expanded at a stupendous rate to create the vast amount of space we can observe. But cosmologists are coming to believe that inflation may do much more: in many versions, inflation goes on forever, generating not just our observable universe but also infinitely many more such regions with similar or different properties, together forming a staggeringly complex and vast "multiverse". Dr. Aguirre will trace the genesis of this idea, explore some of its implications, and discuss how cosmologists are currently seeking ways to empirically test this idea by actually searching for hints of other "universes".
Presence & the Art of Abstract Thinking Abstract thinking separates us from other forms of life, and it's a handy skill to possess. Abstract thinking is at the heart of technology, art, and much of the observable achievements of mankind. But the concept of abstraction is to throw away what is real and observable, and replace it with a conceptual representation. Unfortunately, abstract thinking has caused us to create and live in a virtual reality world, far removed from "this" (present moment reality). Awareness is the only tool you have to see through these abstractions for what they are: manufactured mental constructs that can keep you from being present.
Humans Are Monkeys There are billions of galaxies in the observable universe. And each of them contains hundreds of billions of stars. In one of the galaxies, orbiting one of these stars. Lies a little blue planet. And this planet is run by a bunch of monkeys... Now these monkeys don't think of themselves as monkeys. They don't even think of themselves as animals. In fact, they love to list all the things that they think separate them from the animals. Opposable thumbs, self awareness... They use words like Homo Erectus and Australopithecus. You say tomato, I say tomatoe. They're animals alright; They're monkeys. Monkeys with high speed digital fiber-optic technology, but monkeys never-the-less. I mean, they're clever. You've got to give them that. The pyramids, skyscrapers, phantom jets, the Great Wall of China. That's all pretty impressive, for a bunch of monkeys. Monkeys whose brains have evolved to such an unmanageable size that it's pretty much impossible for them to stay happy for any length of time. In fact, they're the only animals who think they're supposed to be happy. All the other animals can just BE. But it's not that simple for the monkeys. You see, the monkeys are cursed with consciousness. and so the monkeys are afraid. So the monkeys worry. The monkeys worry about everything, but mostly about what all the other monkeys think. Because the monkeys desperately want to fit in, with the other monkeys. Which is pretty hard to do, because a lot of the monkeys hate each other. This ...
From Earth to the Universe The Universe is defined as everything that physically exists: the entirety of space and time, all forms of matter, energy and momentum, and the physical laws and constants that govern them. However, the term "universe" may be used in slightly different contextual senses, denoting such concepts as the cosmos, the world or Nature. Astronomical observations indicate that the universe is 13.73 ± 0.12 billion years old. Its diameter is at least 93 billion light years, or 880 ×1024 (that is to say, 880 followed by twenty-four zeroes) metres. According to the prevailing scientific theory, the universe has expanded from a gravitational singularity known as the Big Bang, a point in space and time at which all the matter and energy of the observable universe were concentrated. Since the Big Bang, the universe has expanded to its present form, possibly with a brief period of cosmic inflation. Several independent experimental measurements support this theoretical expansion and, more generally, the Big Bang theory. Recent observations indicate that this expansion is accelerating, and that most of the matter and energy in the universe is fundamentally different from that observed on Earth and not directly observable (cf. dark matter and dark energy). The imprecision of current observations has hindered predictions of the ultimate fate of the universe. Experiments suggest that the universe has been governed by the same physical laws and constants throughout its extent and history ...
These are all the known galaxies in the observable universe NASA created this Universe tour using images from the Hubble and other sources, placing each of them in 3D space in relation to our viewing point. Keep in mind that this is only the small fraction of galaxies we have observed with telescopes, there are far far more out there in the universe. Spoiler: The universe is large
The size of the universe......in MILES! Find out the size of the universe in MILES and find out how long it would take a person, a jet and a spacecraft to travel this distance! [Please bear in mind that my calculation is based on the estimated size of the observable universe only.] I decided I wanted to find this out to feed my curiosity!...and I thought other people might be interested as well so I uploaded it! All the calculations are my own.... If you want to double check my figures I got them from wikipedia: 1) Universe size [in light years]: Under heading; "Size, age, contents, structure, and laws" 2) Speed of light: Under heading; "Speed of light"
6 -- The Observable Evidence That God is Evil This video details some of the observable evidence that the literal God of the Bible is evil.
The Known Universe Good people should be braver than bad people. Educated minds should be braver than ignorants. Believers should be braver than nonbelievers... Developed by American Museum of Natural History, shows the observable universe based on real data. "...The edge of the observable universe is now located about 46.5 billion light-years away. ... According to the theory of cosmic inflation and its founder, Alan Guth, the lower bound for the diameter of the entire Universe could be at least in the range of 10 to the power 23 to 10 to the power 26 times as large as the observable universe..." "Guth has investigated the conditions for how a universe could be created in a laboratory, consistent with the laws of physics. Traditionally, one would need the energy of several galaxies, but inflation theory showed it is actually much easier to create a universe. All one needs is one ounce and false vacuum. Once false vacuum exists, the evolution of the universe is independent of what came before. Physicist Roger Penrose once stated that one would need negative energy to create a new universe, but Guth showed that it could also be made by quantum tunneling. The birth of a new universe also does not affect the old one. It would take about 10 to the power −37 seconds to disconnect from its parent. However, all an observer would see is the formation of a black hole, which would disappear very quickly. Creating a new universe actually would be quite dangerous since it would result ...
Applied Scalar Wave Technology - Tom Bearden interview 3of8 Part 3 of 8 Tom Bearden: An Interview on H3O / HRx & The Brave New World of Applied Scalar Wave Technology: Next Video: Overview: The use of scalar wave technology to produce H3O and HRx solutions brings with it a set of observable phenomenon that cannot be validated using orthodox models of chemistry and physics. To better explain some of their properties, we sought out the input of world-renowned physicist, Dr. Tom Bearden, in the US - well-known for his theoretical contributions in the field of scalar wave. What resulted was an expansive interview (taped 10/17/01) -- over an hour of which is observable below in four separate files. Most of this material will seem quite arcane to those without formal training in physics, but for even the untrained who grasp just 10% of the content, the obvious will become clear: now that applied applications of scalar wave technology, as profound as H3O and HRx now exist, its theoretical underpinnings will not be able to be ignored by orthodox science forever. - Prior to taping, an Alpha Omega representative discussed how H3O can be used in place of sulphuric acid in batteries, how it holds charge and has even been shown to be self-recharging. Also mentioned before taping, was H3O's tendency to pick up charge in its environment (ie during a thunderstorm). Without even going further to explore its amazing medicinal properties, Dr. Bearden explains these phenomenon by examining laws of physics which are still considered ...
Fly-Through Of Early Universe and Ionization Era The movie shows the universe as seen from an observer in the top-left corner, with the last-scattering surface - from which the cosmic microwave background (CMB) originates at redshift of z=1100 - seen as the inner edge of the outermost white ring. The outer edge of the ring corresponds to the big bang at time=0, indicating that the observable universe is finite in size - about 14 Gpc, or 40 billion light-years in radius. Since the universe has a flat geometry, all the angular sizes shown here are correct, because the map corresponds to the "comoving" distance from the observer, indicating the location of the material at the present time. This is why the entire observable universe is currently 40 billion light-years in radius, even though the light has only been travelling for about 13.7 billion years since the big bang. The movie then zooms in to a point at a redshift of about z=30, hundreds of millions of years after the big bang. As we fly toward the observer, the universe gets more and more ionized and is heated. Hot is shown as white, about 20000 degrees Kelvin, while black is cold, neutral gas. Inhomogenous reionization leaves behind a complex post-reionization temperature morphology, since the first regions to ionize in fact are the coolest. credit: Marcelo A. Alvarez source: www.cita.utoronto.ca
Quantum Entanglement - The Weirdness Of Quantum Mechanics ... Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 6): Quantum Entanglement - The Weirdness Of Quantum Mechanics. --- Please SUBSCRIBE to Science & Reason: • • • --- Quantum entanglement, also called the quantum non-local connection, is a property of a quantum mechanical state of a system of two or more objects in which the quantum states of the constituting objects are linked together so that one object can no longer be adequately described without full mention of its counterpart—even if the individual objects are spatially separated in a spacelike manner. The property of entanglement was understood in the early days of quantum theory, although not by that name. Quantum entanglement is at the heart of the EPR paradox developed by Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky, and Nathan Rosen in 1935. This interconnection leads to non-classical correlations between observable physical properties of remote systems, often referred to as nonlocal correlations. Quantum mechanics holds that observables, for example spin, are indeterminate until some physical intervention is made to measure an observable of the object in question. In the singlet state of two spin, it is equally likely that any given particle will be observed to be spin-up or spin-down. Measuring any number of particles will result in an unpredictable series of measurements that will tend to a 50% probability of the spin being up or down. However, the results are quite different ...
Observable Classified Satellites (JSatTrak) Software: www.gano.name TLEs:
Giant Stars in the Universe This Video shows us some of the largest known stars. In order to know what the largest star in the universe is we would have had to look at all the stars. We haven´t come close to that - we haven´t even looked at all the stars in our galaxy. There are about 100 billion stars in our galaxy and about as many galaxies in the observable universe so you might unterstand why.
Dark Matter In astronomy and cosmology, dark matter is matter that is inferred to exist from gravitational effects on visible matter and background radiation, but is undetectable by emitted or scattered electromagnetic radiation. Its existence was hypothesized to account for discrepancies between measurements of the mass of galaxies, clusters of galaxies and the entire universe made through dynamical and general relativistic means, and measurements based on the mass of the visible "luminous" matter these objects contain: stars and the gas and dust of the interstellar and intergalactic medium. According to observations of structures larger than galaxies, as well as Big Bang cosmology interpreted under the Friedmann equations and the FLRW metric, dark matter accounts for 23% of the mass-energy density of the observable universe. In comparison, ordinary matter accounts for only 4.6% of the mass-energy density of the observable universe, with the remainder being attributable to dark energy. From these figures, dark matter constitutes 80% of the matter in the universe, while ordinary matter makes up only 20%. Dark matter was postulated by Fritz Zwicky in 1934 to account for evidence of "missing mass" in the orbital velocities of galaxies in clusters. Subsequently, other observations have indicated the presence of dark matter in the universe; these observations include the rotational speeds of galaxies, gravitational lensing of background objects by galaxy clusters such as the Bullet ...
The size of Universe (5/10) Free learning from The Open University --- Professor Russell Stannard investigates what is beyond the observable universe and explores claims that the universe might close back on itself. (Part 5 of 10) --- Articles by Professor Russell Stannard on OpenLearn Study 'The physical world' with the OU www3 Explore qualifications in Science with the OU www3 ---
Unit 8 7 Partially Observable Vacuum Cleaner Example
Scale Comparison - From Helium to Universe This video shows you a scale comparison from am Helium Atom to the Observable Universe. Enjoy. We are very small or very big. depends on the viewpoint. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT IT!
(Correction) Radius of Observable Universe
Genetics 101 Part 4: What is phenotype? Discover how your observable traits, or phenotypes, are the result of interactions between your genes and environment. More information about 23andMe can be found at www.23
General Biochemistry Review This course is part of a series taught by Kevin Ahern at Oregon State University on General Biochemistry. For more information about online courses go to ecampus.oregonstate.edu 1. Base excision repair can removed damaged based from DNA. It differs from nucleotide excision repair in removing the damaged base first, followed by removal of a segment where the base was. 2. Disruption of error correction systems can have severe consequences. 3. Error-related systems associated with cancer include HNPCC (colon cancer) and BRC-A (not mentioned in class), which is involved in DNA repair. A critical protein for monitoring DNA for damage prior to division is p53. It can stop the cell cycle if it senses damage and initiate repair. If repair is unable to be performed, p53 can induce cellular suicide - apoptosis. 4. An Ames test uses a selectable marker that can give a readily observable phenotype (such as growth on antibiotic) when mutation happens. By comparing the number of cells with the observable phenotype in a the presence of a test compound to the number of cells in another tube lacking that compound, the mutagenicity of a compound can be determined. 5. Recombination of DNA results in mixing and matching of DNA sequences. The process occurs most often between homologous sequences on different chromosomes. The process can be quite active during meiosis. 6. Recombination proceeds through formation of a Holliday junction. Holliday junctions form as a result of alignment of ...
Euro Doom: Germany wants Deutschmark back In spring indebted nations such as Greece, Portugal and Spain nearly dragged the Euro zone into the abyss. It was only a seven hundred and fifty billion Euro bailout package that maintained the shaky balance. But many experts still believe what we've witnessed, is the beginning of the end. Some of them have gathered in Berlin. RT's Laura Emmett talks to Jurgen Elsasser, one of the organizers of the Euro conference.
The observable universe (Images from the The Sloan Digital Sky Survey ) Images from the the Sloan digital sky survey telescope set to Mozart 's Requiem. The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) is the most ambitious sky-mapping survey ever undertaken. Over eight years of operations , it obtained deep, multi-color images covering more than a quarter of the sky and created 3-dimensional maps containing more than 930000 galaxies and more than 120000 quasars. The SDSS used a dedicated 2.5-meter telescope at Apache Point Observatory, New Mexico. Some of the images here may not have come from the SDSS project.
Applied Scalar Wave Technology - Tom Bearden interview 4of8 Part 4 of 8 Tom Bearden: An Interview on H3O / HRx & The Brave New World of Applied Scalar Wave Technology Next Video: Overview: Dr. Bearden continues ... examining how energy drawn from a vacuum (time domain) does not really violate the hallowed Law of Conservation of Mass & Energy. Also discussed is why H3O and HRx, when mixed in their concentrate form - an extreme acid with an extreme alkaline, neutralize without an exothermic reaction. It's not supposed to happen - but it does. Dr. Bearden explains why using "higher symmetry" physics. He also goes into greater detail as to why scalar wave technology has not been more thoroughly explored by orthodox science. He then describes the limits of our current understanding of chemistry and physics without leaving the "U1" model. .......... The use of scalar wave technology to produce H3O and HRx solutions brings with it a set of observable phenomenon that cannot be validated using orthodox models of chemistry and physics. To better explain some of their properties, we sought out the input of world-renowned physicist, Dr. Tom Bearden, in the US - well-known for his theoretical contributions in the field of scalar wave. What resulted was an expansive interview (taped 10/17/01) -- over an hour of which is observable below in four separate files. Most of this material will seem quite arcane to those without formal training in physics, but for even the untrained who grasp just 10% of the content, the obvious will ...
Hubble01 - Exploring the Hubble Constant Does space expand? What is the Hubble Constant? How can you calculate the age of the observable universe using the Hubble Constant? These and other questions are explored in this series of short videos. A new equation is built for calculating the Hubble constant from the first principles of physics, and it shows the Hubble constant could be only about 1/2 as large as previously calculated. This would mean the observable universe could be up to 27 Billion years old. That is twice as old as current estimates.
Applied Scalar Wave Technology - Tom Bearden interview 1of8 Part 1 of 8 Tom Bearden: An Interview on H3O / HRx & The Brave New World of Applied Scalar Wave Technology Next Video: The use of scalar wave technology to produce H3O and HRx solutions brings with it a set of observable phenomenon that cannot be validated using orthodox models of chemistry and physics. To better explain some of their properties, we sought out the input of world-renowned physicist, Dr. Tom Bearden, in the US - well-known for his theoretical contributions in the field of scalar wave. What resulted was an expansive interview (taped 10/17/01) -- over an hour of which is observable below in four separate files. Most of this material will seem quite arcane to those without formal training in physics, but for even the untrained who grasp just 10% of the content, the obvious will become clear: now that applied applications of scalar wave technology, as profound as H3O and HRx now exist, its theoretical underpinnings will not be able to be ignored by orthodox science forever. Parts I to III (of VIII)- Prior to taping, an Alpha Omega representative discussed how H3O can be used in place of sulphuric acid in batteries, how it holds charge and has even been shown to be self-recharging. Also mentioned before taping, was H3O's tendency to pick up charge in its environment (ie during a thunderstorm). Without even going further to explore its amazing medicinal properties, Dr. Bearden explains these phenomenon by examining laws of physics which are still ...
Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber USAF Aerospace Power Mission: The B-2 Spirit is a multi-role bomber capable of delivering both conventional and nuclear munitions. A dramatic leap forward in technology, the bomber represents a major milestone in the US bomber modernization program. The B-2 brings massive firepower to bear, in a short time, anywhere on the globe through previously impenetrable defenses. Features Along with the B-52, the B-2 provides the penetrating flexibility and effectiveness inherent in manned bombers. Its low-observable, or "stealth," characteristics give it the unique ability to penetrate an enemy's most sophisticated defenses and threaten its most valued, and heavily defended, targets. Its capability to penetrate air defenses and threaten effective retaliation provides a strong, effective deterrent and combat force well into the 21st century. The revolutionary blending of low-observable technologies with high aerodynamic efficiency and large payload gives the B-2 important advantages over existing bombers. Its low-observability provides it greater freedom of action at high altitudes, thus increasing its range and a better field of view for the aircraft's sensors. Its unrefueled range is approximately 6000 nautical miles (9600 kilometers). The B-2's low observability is derived from a combination of reduced infrared, acoustic, electromagnetic, visual and radar signatures. These signatures make it difficult for the sophisticated defensive systems to detect, track and engage the B-2. Many aspects of the ...
UFOs Hessedalen Norway 1/5 Evidence of Observable Phenomenon UFOs Hessedalen Norway Evidence that this is an observable phenomenon that is taking place on earth right now. Sulfur Pits?! 2 Cor. 11:14 And marvel not: for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Rev. 9:3,4&12 And there came out of the smoke locusts upon the earth: and unto them was given power, as the scorpions of the earth have power. And it was commanded them that they should not hurt the grass of the earth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but only those men which have not the seal of God in their foreheads. And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon. Luke 10:19 Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you. Notwithstanding in this rejoice not, that the spirits are subject unto you; but rather rejoice, because your names are written in heaven. Isaiah 14:29 Rejoice not thou, all of Palestine, because the rod of him that smote thee is broken: for out of the serpent's root shall come forth a ***atrice, and his fruit shall be a fiery flying serpent.
Batman: Arkham Asylum - Clayface Revealed? (in-game) Batman: Arkham Asylum - Clayface Revealed? (in-game) ***VIDEO CONTAINS SPOILERS TO VIDEO GAME*** These videos were made and uploaded because you cant simply go back and watch these in the game. I recorded these and put them here for that sole purpose. I have no intentions of creating walkthroughs or videos of actual gameplay.
Applied Scalar Wave Technology - Tom Bearden interview 2of8 Part 2 of 8 Tom Bearden: An Interview on H3O / HRx & The Brave New World of Applied Scalar Wave Technology Next Video: The use of scalar wave technology to produce H3O and HRx solutions brings with it a set of observable phenomenon that cannot be validated using orthodox models of chemistry and physics. To better explain some of their properties, we sought out the input of world-renowned physicist, Dr. Tom Bearden, in the US - well-known for his theoretical contributions in the field of scalar wave. What resulted was an expansive interview (taped 10/17/01) -- over an hour of which is observable below in four separate files. Most of this material will seem quite arcane to those without formal training in physics, but for even the untrained who grasp just 10% of the content, the obvious will become clear: now that applied applications of scalar wave technology, as profound as H3O and HRx now exist, its theoretical underpinnings will not be able to be ignored by orthodox science forever. - Prior to taping, an Alpha Omega representative discussed how H3O can be used in place of sulphuric acid in batteries, how it holds charge and has even been shown to be self-recharging. Also mentioned before taping, was H3O's tendency to pick up charge in its environment (ie during a thunderstorm). Without even going further to explore its amazing medicinal properties, Dr. Bearden explains these phenomenon by examining laws of physics which are still considered "outside the ...
Imagining the Seventh Dimension Check out the Scientific American article praising this project! To read along go to Other links from this entry:
Universe to Scale [Repost from my old account] This video I put together shows the planets, sun, stars, galaxy, and finally the universe - to scale. I saw a video similar to this on YouTube and wanted to make something similar. All measurements are the circumference of the object based on the accepted equatorial radius. The Observable Universe measurement is based on the cosmic light horizon being 46 billion light years in every direction. ((pi * 2) * 46 10^6 ly) * (5.87849981 × 10^12) Due to the rounding of certain numbers during the calculation of the circumferences, there may be some errors in the final figure.
The Largest Structures in the Universe "two quintillion years" The vastest structure ever is a collection of superclusters a billion light years away extending for 5% the length of the entire observable universe. Insert "yo mamma" joke here. If it took a God one week to make the Earth, going by mass it would take him two quintillion years to build this thing - far longer than science says the universe has existed for, and it's kind of fun to have those two the other way round for a change. Though He could always omnipotently cheat and say "Let there be a Sloan Great Wall - Superclusters are large groups of smaller galaxy groups and clusters and are among the largest structures of the cosmos. They are so large that they are not gravitationally bound and, consequently, partake in the Hubble expansion.
Observable Behaviors This video was made for teachers to watch children at play and practice looking for observable behaviors.
A Universe Smaller than the Observable
How qualia can be physical... (Part 1) Well, I found a pretty good rebuttal to your (lifted) arguments by a gentleman by the name of Dennis Nicholson that you should appreciate. I actually reference the sources for my arguments, by the way, it's polite and gives credit where it is due... Selected quote: "The problem of consciousness can be solved by taking the relatively trivial step of mapping the internal observer's experiential knowledge of baseline experience and the various base feels into a complete account of the physical detail of their externally observable counterparts. There is no hard problem in this view; no unbridgeable gap. Experience does not sit outside of the physical continuum as presently understood in some irreducibly disconnected fashion. Physically, the elements of inner experience are integral to, and materially co-extensive with, their externally observable counterparts; they are one and the same thing. Not only is a complete account of the physical detail of these externally observable counterparts as complete an account of these aspects of the physical states that are qualia as we can have of any other physical thing we study, it is an account that encompasses the whole of the (physical) reality of the inner experiences they entail. The only thing missing from such an account is the knowledge content unique to the inner experiences themselves -- knowledge of what blue and red and experience itself are like -- everything else is encompassed in what would otherwise be a ...
Universe Facts Four fun facts about the observable universe!!! Credit to Salvatore Vuono for photo: Links: www.allfunandgames.ca
The Universe This is "our" Universe of course only theoretically *DISCLAIMER* The video is made by viralpatel79 Praise him for this beautiful video!
The Known Universe by AMNH The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. Every star, planet, and quasar seen in the film is possible because of the world's most complete four-dimensional map of the universe, the Digital Universe Atlas that is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History. The new film, created by the Museum, is part of an exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan through May 2010. Data: Digital Universe, American Museum of Natural History Visualization Software: Uniview by SCISS Director: Carter Emmart Curator: Ben R. Oppenheimer Producer: Michael Hoffman Executive Producer: Ro Kinzler Co-Executive Producer: Martin Brauen Manager, Digital Universe Atlas: Brian Abbott Music: Suke Cerulo For more information visit
Cosmic Voyage from your Quarks to the Edge of the Universe The loathsome little quark is unimaginably small compared to the Universe. Pictures in order by size: 1. Quarks 2. Atom 3. Molecules 4. DNA 5. Red Blood Cells 6. Heart (Human) 7. Organism (Human) 8. Battery Park, New York City 9. Battery park from Appartment 10. Lower Manhattan from plane (C. 1998) 11. Lower Manhattan from Satellite (C. 1995) 12. New York City & Vicinity from Satellite (C. 2004) 13. New York State from Satellite (Landsat 2005) 14. Eastern Seaboard (c.2005) 15. Earth (c. 2001) 16. Earth from the moon (Apollo 8) 17. Earth from Mars Recon. Orbiter 18. Earth from Mars Exploration Rover (Spirit Rover) 19. Earth from Cassini-Huygens Space Probe 20. Earth from Voyager 1 21. Sun's Neighborhood 22. Orion Arm 23. Milky Way Galaxy 24. Local Group 25. Virgo Supercluster and Vicinity 26. Cosmic Web 27. Infared view of the Observable Universe 28. The Obervable Universe (Cosmic Microwave Background) 29. The Universe (Theoretical Bubble)