The Irish Independent article The 3d satellite that was used to reveal the presence of the Big Bang is being flown in a controlled experiment to determine its effects on the cosmos.
The 3D Solar System Scope, developed by the National Space Science Centre, is one of a series of three satellites to be launched over the next two years to map the cosmic landscape, according to the Centre for Space Studies.
The aim of the research is to gain insights into the evolution of the universe and to better understand how our universe evolved, the centre’s head of science, Professor David Fitzgerald, said.
We are working with NASA’s Kepler spacecraft and the European Space Agency to test our ability to understand the universe from a new perspective.
The first phase of the project, to be led by NASA, will test the capabilities of the telescope to produce images of the cosmos using the 3D SpaceScope system.
The telescope will be attached to a spacecraft and then the image will be displayed on a computer screen to allow users to explore it and analyse its data.
A second phase of research will focus on the effects of a Big Bang on the universe.
The goal is to learn how galaxies, planets, stars and other celestial bodies will evolve during the period when the universe was just a few hundred million years old, Professor Fitzgerald said.
The researchers will test whether a Big Bill of the Universe, the first major event in the universe, will change the shape of our universe, he said.
This will involve measuring the properties of stars, planets and galaxies to determine their shapes and sizes.
These measurements will be used to inform theories about how our Milky Way galaxy evolved.
These findings will help researchers understand the origin of the known universe and the early evolution of our own Milky Way, Professor Fitz said.
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