The heavens are smiling back at mankind through a star constellation discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope, which captured an image of a galaxy cluster that looks exactly like the smiley face we have all grown accustomed to in the internet age.
The galactic smiley can be seen in the photo of galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849. The picture was recently released by NASA after the cluster was spotted by amateur star gazer Judy Schmidt.
Its two bright glowing eyes are in fact separate galaxies, while the face and smile itself are distinct due to the celestial effect known as “strong gravitational lensing.”
“Galaxy clusters are the most massive structures in the Universe and exert such a powerful gravitational pull that they warp the spacetime around them and act as cosmic lenses which can magnify, distort and bend the light behind them,” the Hubble website explains, citing Einstein’s theory of general relativity.
The Einstein Ring is produced from the bending of light and is the result of an exact, symmetrical alignment of the source, lens, and observer.
The smiley picture is just one of thousands within the Hubble database that have now been made public. This particular image was discovered by Judy Smith, through the Hubble’s 'Hidden Treasures' image processing competition.
Since 1990, Hubble has made more than a million observations. Some have been uploaded to spacetelescope.org for the public to browse, including a Top 100 list of the most breathtaking space shots.
CERN is due to re-open the large hadron collider in March of 2015 in order to recreate the big bang, despite warnings from top scientists such as Stephen Hawking and Neil de Grasse Tyson.
Dr. Stephen Hawking recently warned that the reactivation in March of CERN’s large hadron collider could pose grave dangers to our planet…the ultimate reality check we are warned. Hawking has come straight out and said the ‘God particle’ found by CERN “could destroy the universe” leaving time and space collapsed as shared in the 2nd video. Is CERN the most dangerous thing in the cosmos that could lead to the ultimate destruction of the Earth and the entire universe? Recent developments prove to us the scientific community is no longer able to explain ‘reality’ without looking at the ‘supernatural’. Will we soon learn CERN is really the ‘ultimate stargate’ and one of the gate-keepers most closely guarded secrets? Will this be the way man attempts to break the ultimate ‘God barrier’, an attempt to encounter demi-God’s in an all-out rush towards the destruction of all creation? We understand they won’t be releasing the secrets until they’re prepared to release them.
Does CERN headquarter’s symbol of Shiva, dancing the cosmic dance of death and destruction, signal the TRUE purpose of CERN’s existence? A look at the ‘Shiva’ (the Hindu God of Destruction) symbology surrounding CERN’s headquarters gives us the beginning of what we need to know. “The men who would play God, in searching for the God particle, are truly going to find more than they bargained for as they open the gates of hell” we are warned by Stephen Quayle, “they will find inter-dimensional beings who have a taste for human flesh and humanities destruction. Most scientists, in lacking an understanding of the ‘supernatural entities’ that are going to confront them, are way beyond their ability to comprehend, let alone control, the forces of Pandora’s box that will be released.”
Astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson has also sounded the alarm in a hypothetical manner by telling anyone who might want to ‘blow up a planet’ how to do so…is this CERN’s attempt to do so by attempting to ‘recreate’ the big bang within a man made structure that has frightened Stephen Hawking so much? Do they know that they know that they know what they’re doing?
“Ask yourself: how much energy is keeping it together?” Neil deGrasse Tyson told co-host Eugene Mirman on his Star Talk radio show. “Then you put more than that amount of energy into the object. It will explode.”
“In the movie Star Wars, we see the Death Star blow up the planet Alderaan,” Mirman said, reading the question. “Setting aside the question of how [such] a thing would be possible, what would happen to our solar system if the Empire blew up, say, Mars?”
First, deGrasse Tyson said, any Imperial sympathizer looking to make that happen would have to calculate the planet’s binding energy, in order to determine how much energy it would take to overcome the gravitational forces binding the planet together.
“Now you have a device that can pump that energy into your planet and have that planet absorb the energy, rather than have the energy come out the other side, it will completely destroy the planet to smithereens, entirely,” he explained. “So, that’s how one would go about it.”
The 3rd video below is an excellent compilation called “CERN: Supercolliders, Subliminals, & Stargates: Illuminati’s Plan for Satan’s Arrival” while the 4th video is a NOVA documentary on CERN and the final video is from FreedomFighter2127 in which the videographer offers his own evidence and opinions on CERN and its’ tie in to “2015: The International Year of Light”.
Astronomers have detected the oldest known Earth-size planets, in a star system that's 11.2 billion years old. They say the discovery suggests that life could have existed throughout most of the universe's 13.8 billion-year history.
The five Earth-size planets were detected through an analysis of data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, which looks for telltale variations in starlight as planets cross a star's disk. In this case, the star lies 117 light-years from Earth and is 25 percent smaller than our sun. It's known as Kepler-444. The researchers used a technique called?asteroseismology, which measures tiny oscillations in a star's brightness, to determine Kepler-444's extreme age.
The planets range in size between Mercury and Venus, but they all circle Kepler-444 within the orbit of Mercury in our own solar system. That would make them too hot to be habitable by life as we know it. Nevertheless, the fact that such planets could form so early in the universe's history suggests that life-friendly worlds could exist for billions of years.
"By the time the Earth formed, the planets in this system were already older than our planet is today. This discovery may now help to pinpoint the beginning of what we might call the 'era of planet formation,'" Campante said.