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July 7, 2010

Smile!

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1278547155 ) Play

Fresh! off the press. What is special about this image? or tell us what this picture is supposed to be of?

Hint: 6.626068 × 10-34 m2 kg / s

Cracked by: Raghuvansh , vijayaraghavan , shrik , udupendra , Ananth , Aparna , Logik , dineshk , Sumanth Patlolla , Gurupad , Rogi , Qbrain , lanu , Thejas V R , Rahulk , Rahul Rajeev , Dibyo , Bharath , krudebox , SV , Amar Peluri , Manish Achuth , dhruv sharma , Vivek , umang , Sudhanva Sreesha and Shwetha Maiya

Answer:

Picture of “the entire universe” taken by ESA’s Planck telescope.


28 Responses to “Smile!”

  1. Raghuvansh
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    Obvious guess – the Universe.


  2. vijayaraghavan

    sky map from the planck telescope


  3. shrik
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    The European Space Agency has released what it says is the first-ever image of the entire universe which will give scientists new insight into how the stars and galaxies form.

    The all-sky image, produced by space telescope Planck, can also tell how the universe itself came to life after the Big Bang some 13.7 billion years ago.


  4. udupendra
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    photo of the entire universe


  5. Ananth
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    Milky way and the space around it, captured by Planck. Shows cosmic background radiation left behind from Big Bang.


  6. Aparna
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    Planck Telescope’s map of the Universe


  7. Logik
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    Planck Telescope’s first image of the entire universe, with a milkyway-centric system


  8. dineshk
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    The Cosmic Microwave Background map of the Universe as seen by the Planck telescope.


  9. Sumanth Patlolla
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    “All-Sky” map released on Monday, courtesy of the European Space Agency’s Planck satellite mission.
    The satellite will produce four scans of the entire sky, scheduled for final release in 2012, mapping the microwave emissions reaching Earth from our own Milky Way galaxy and the universe beyond.


  10. planck’s picture of the universe


  11. Rogi
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    It’s the first complete image from the Planck space telescope of “the universe”. At least from a “cosmic microwave background” perspective


  12. Qbrain
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    This picture is the first all-sky image from
    European space agency’s ‘Planck space observatory’
    which was sent into space in 2009 to survey the “oldest light” in the cosmos.

    The image, Planck’s first scan, shows ‘the structure and form of dust clouds within about 500 light-years of the sun. The bright band in this is the Milky Way’s spiral disk.


  13. lanu
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    The European Space Agency (ESA) Planck telescope’s first complete image of the cosmic microwave background (CMB). The CMB is a ubiquitous glow produced by photons created at the formation of the Universe around 13.7 billion years ago.


  14. Picture of the Universe. The Milky Way in the centre. Taken by the Planck Space Telescope.


  15. Rahulk
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    The picture of our Milky Way using COBE satellite


  16. Rahul Rajeev

    The first ever image of the entire UNIVERSE taken by the Planck Telescope.


  17. Dibyo
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    first full sky map of the cosmic microwave background from the Planck Telescope


  18. Bharath
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    The entire image of the universe


  19. krudebox
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    Picture of the Universe. From the European Space Agency.


  20. abhi

    this is the pic of the mass distribution across the universe


  21. SV
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    Microwave radiation map of the universe from the Planck satellite, the blue light being the dust while the bright region is the cosmic radiation


  22. Amar Peluri

    The Universe in a single pic.


  23. Manish Achuth
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    all sky map, released by the European Space agency’s Planck mission.


  24. dhruv sharma

    its the all-sky image taken by the Planck telescope


  25. Vivek

    The first picture prolly of the Universe. Taken by Planck Telescope.


  26. umang

    universe


  27. Sudhanva Sreesha

    This is definitely an X-Ray image of the whole Universe we live in!


  28. This is how the entire universe looks


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