Wormhole in the Milky Way could link to another UNIVERSE
A doorway to another universe, large enough to swallow a spaceship, may exist at the centre of the Milky Way. Wormholes (artists's impression pictured) are thought to allow travel between distant points in space and time
A mysterious arc of light found behind a distant cluster of galaxies has turned out to be the biggest, brightest and hottest star-forming region ever seen in space. The so-called Lynx Arc is one million times brighter than the well-known Orion Nebula, a nearby prototypical 'starbirth' region visible with small telescopes. The newly identified super-cluster contains a million blue-white stars that are twice as hot as similar stars in our Milky Way galaxy.
This Is A Map Of The Entire Universe, Squeezed Into One Mind-Boggling Image
This stunning spherical image manages to cram in the entire universe, including our Solar System at the centre. The mind-boggling image also packs in the outer planets, Kuiper belt, Oort cloud, Alpha Cetauri star and the cosmic web along with the Milky Way galaxy, Andromeda galaxy and other nearby galaxies