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Beyond The Visible: The Story of the Very Large Array
Contents:
  1. HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe
  2. HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe
  3. Your privacy
  4. Light beyond the visible?

HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe

The center of the Milky Way Galaxy, which is hidden from our view by dust clouds, is populated by clusters of young stars, a glowing ring of gas, and a black hole. These all emit a whirlwind of radio waves. The microwave universe looks very different from what we see with our eyes. The Milky Way Galaxy appears as a bar of hazy light emitted by warm dust clouds.

This dust gives off heat, which our spacecraft detect as microwave radiation. Beyond the galaxy, all of space is permeated by a microwave glow left over from the Big Bang that created the universe.

HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe

Everything in the universe radiates heat. We detect it as infrared light.

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Infrared astronomy lets us peek into hidden nurseries where stars are being born and lifts the veils of dust that keep the hearts of galaxies from our view. Telescopes sensitive to infrared peer into the shrouded core of the Milky Way Galaxy and reveal the swarms of stars clustered there. Millions of stars arc across our sky and define the visible shape of the Milky Way Galaxy. Yet, there is more to the universe than meets the eye.

Even in visible light, there are places we cannot see. Clouds of dust obscure the heart of our galaxy, hiding a supermassive black hole surrounded by a ring of hot gas and clusters of bright stars. The ultraviolet view of our galaxy's center is dark. We know this region has stars, superheated gases, and a black hole, but thick clouds of dust absorb the ultraviolet light they emit. They let us observe star birth and death, peer into the dusty hearts of galaxies, and detect the otherwise invisible effects of black holes. We can't tune our eyes to radio, microwave, infrared, ultraviolet, x-ray, or gamma-ray light.

But we can extend our vision with detectors sensitive to such wavelengths.


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These instruments reveal a universe more detailed and understandable than we can see with only visible light. Radio waves open a window on black holes and jets of superheated gas streaming away from the hidden cores of galaxies.

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The center of the Milky Way Galaxy, which is hidden from our view by dust clouds, is populated by clusters of young stars, a glowing ring of gas, and a black hole. These all emit a whirlwind of radio waves. The microwave universe looks very different from what we see with our eyes.

The Milky Way Galaxy appears as a bar of hazy light emitted by warm dust clouds. This dust gives off heat, which our spacecraft detect as microwave radiation. Beyond the galaxy, all of space is permeated by a microwave glow left over from the Big Bang that created the universe.

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Everything in the universe radiates heat. We detect it as infrared light.

Light beyond the visible?

Infrared astronomy lets us peek into hidden nurseries where stars are being born and lifts the veils of dust that keep the hearts of galaxies from our view. Telescopes sensitive to infrared peer into the shrouded core of the Milky Way Galaxy and reveal the swarms of stars clustered there. Millions of stars arc across our sky and define the visible shape of the Milky Way Galaxy.


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