A mind inquisitive will find while looking out upon the world that myriads of whys unwind from raveled webs in queries whirled by skies above and realms below. There's always more than we can know. If contemplating mysteries of life's existence here in space along with astro-histories within our cosmical embrace, the awe one feels will surely show. There's always more than we can know. In famous drama by the Bard, where Ghost is spotted ‘wondrous strange‘ by castle sentries standing guard, mid ‘sworn to secrecy' exchange, says Hamlet to Horatio, ‘There's more than you can dream to know ‘on...

Multiplicity in unity. Rational usage of time-space dominated by dark energy, matter. Unmeasured richness of still hidden, far exactly alike worlds or astonishingly different. A subject of assumptions and theories until we gain yet inaccessible knowledge. Multiverse(s). Separated? Really? What then about Einstein-Rosen bridges? Nobody got through. Sci-fi makes it easy. Science still struggles with this issue. And we…? We are here. On planet Earth. Plunged into multidimensionality of day-to-day life. Plain, sophisticated, colorful or in shades of grayness. That's our closest multiverse. Mirosław Wójcik | 13th of January 2019 | Nowy Sącz, Poland fornax_virgo2011_Galaxy_clusters https://www.eso.org/public/images/fornax_virgo2011/ credit: ESO Comments You...

The Chinese noted an astral event in three eighty-six C.E. up above of a seeming ‘guest star' that came and went, whose identified residue thereof for more than thirty years has been tied with a remnant called G eleven point two dash zero point three and was allied with that happening then, though evidence new from Chandra shows it could not have been seen by ancient astronomers in the past along their known line of sight in between; thus its role in the annals was miscast. Due to dust and gas clouds in dense supply, its status from claim to...

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Out of range of sight there is hidden so many: stars, planets, quasars, black holes. Whole Universe remains invariably one, enormous challanging riddle for contemporary and future bright humans' minds. This what's out of range of sight has been driving mankind's curiosity since distant past. Should we be afraid what's out of range of sight? Look at it hopefully? That's an intriguing or simple equation. However we are eager to unravel mysteries of the cosmos by peering extensively and further into vast space immeasurable anyhow. Somewhere there, yet out of range of our sight, one day we'll find astounding inhabitat...