Planck telescope reveals full picture of the universe.
It is not possible for the universe to look like this from a telescope is it? Isn’t it only possible to see the light from objects on the same side of the universe as we are? Isn’t there another half of the universe that no one has ever seen? If the Big bang theory is correct or inflation the universe must have expanded in all directions, so the light from the opposite side is not visible as we don’t have anything that can see faster than the speed on light.
I suppose it is a composite image, John, put together and extrapolated to produce a picture of it as if seen from the outside. I have my own questions, which is why the title of this post has a question mark.
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