New Video Visualizes Black Holes and Supernovae Hanging in Our Sky

For 25 years now, the Hubble Space Telescope (and many other satellites) has stimulated us with numerous jaw dropping images of space—stretching from the Great Nebula of Orion, to the Whirlpool Galaxy. They all look so huge and comprehensive, you can nearly imagine yourself moving through space, looking directly at them from up close—yet even the closest among them are unfathomably far away (the closest planet is nearly 162 million miles/261 million kilometers from sun, while the closest star is over 4 light-years distant). In a recent video, the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos, to be exact) visualizes how our sky may look if some of these marvels were in nearer proximity to Earth. Watch the video below:
How a supernova may look in our night sky (via Roscosmos)


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New Video Visualizes Black Holes and Supernovae Hanging in Our Sky New Video Visualizes Black Holes and Supernovae Hanging in Our Sky Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 6/07/2015 Rating: 5

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