Interactive map lovers rejoice: astronomers at Johns Hopkins University have created one Map showing about 200,000 galaxies as tiny dots extending to the observable limits of the universe.
after assembly 20 years of data From the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Insiders have been able to show the true locations and colors of galaxies, which will pass you by for billions of years. You can find the “geographical map of the universe” by clicking here.
Yes, those little dots you’re looking at are all galaxies.
“Astrophysicists around the world have been analyzing this data for years, resulting in thousands of scientific papers and discoveriessaid the creator of the latest effort, Professor John Hopkins Bryce Maynard.No one has taken the time to create a map that is beautiful, scientifically accurate, and accessible to people who are not scientists. Our goal here is to show everyone what the universe really is.“
It is the lowest point of the Milky Way, our home, as yellow briefly takes over as we ascend, as elliptical galaxies eclipse fainter spiral galaxies. Next you find the red dots, due to a phenomenon called “redshift” and finally the blue dots, which are those supermassive black holes at the center of distant galaxies.