Space science is working hard to solve the mysteries about the origins of the universe. The efforts consequently introduced an overwhelming and a dazzling 3D video revealing the mystery about the origin of the universe. The full-color, high-definition 3D animation reveals numerous innovations about the start of the universe including swirling veils of gas, dust from exploding stars, colorful galaxy clusters, dynamic star formation and enigmatic dark matter.
The Videos cover a wide range of early and later happenings including supernova explosion and 14 billion years of cosmic evolution etc. Before making such videos, researchers worked out about the composition, distribution, temperature and other important properties of matter. Then Ralf Kaehler converted the whole data into a series of 3D videos.
An associate professor of physics at Stanford University Tom Abel said, “I’m trying to predict the past — how the universe came to be the way that it is today.” Further he explained, “They died quickly and seeded the cosmos with the chemical elements necessary for life. Just 100 million years after the Big Bang, galaxies started to assemble, one star at a time, and they are still growing today.”