Take a Walk Around the Milky Way With This Brilliant Interactive Map

Take a Walk Around the Milky Way With This Brilliant Interactive Map

If you want to feel infinitely insignificant, then this interactive map showing the location of 119,617 stars around us, will certainly help you. It’s called 100,000 Stars and was created by Michael Chang and the Data Arts team from Google’s Chrome Experiment lab. Thanks to the map, you can walk through our solar system and even go beyond the Milky Way. The view is amazing. The good news in this case is that you don’t even need Chrome to run it. And don’t miss to “Таке а Tour” by pushing the Play Button on the top-right corner! Here are some...
What is a Black Hole?

What is a Black Hole?

  A black hole is a region of space-time that can not be left from anything, even light. The general theory of relativity provides that a compact enough mass could distort space-time to such an extent that a black hole is formed. Around the black hole is formed mathematically determinable surface, called the event horizons, that marks the point at which the return is impossible. Want to learn more about it? Check out this great educational video of Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.   Please follow and like us: