Barnard 68: The Great Nebula


Barnard 68: The Great Nebula

#shorts #empty void #fewer galaxies #space #area Meet Barnard 68, which sounds super-bizarre. It’s an empty void in space so big that if you traveled across it you wouldn’t bump into anything for 752,536,988 years. But wait: there’s more. What you’re seeing above is a real image of the dark nebula Barnad 68 taken by the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope in March 1999. In fact, it is crammed full of stars even though you can’t see them in visible light because of the molecular cloud created by the giant molecular cloud. The internet doesn’t make this stuff up, folks. There are plenty of mysteries out there in the endless expanse of the cosmos. The Great

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