WMAP

Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe

WMAP a spacecraft which measured temperature differences across the sky in the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) – the radiant heat from the Big Bang.

Isaiah 40:25  “To whom will you compare Me, or who is My equal?” asks the Holy One. 26  Lift up your eyes on high: Who created all these? He leads forth the starry host by number; He calls each one by name. Because of His great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing.

CMB
Cosmic Background Image Model

CMB

Image of the #EntireSky #AboveEarth

CMB

Hammer-Aitoff projection

Isotropy in the Cosmic Background

Apart from the small fluctuations discussed above (one part in 100,000), the observed cosmic microwave background radiation exhibits a high degree of Isotropy, a zeroth order fact that presents both satisfaction and difficulty for a comprehensive theory.

Anisotropy, in physics, the quality of exhibiting properties with different values when measured along axes in different directions.

The very subtle Anisotropy observed in the Cosmic Microwave Background reveals an Axis that is in perfect alignment with the Plane of the Ecliptic of Earth in our Solar System, thus solidifying Earth’s position at the Centroid of the Observable Universe.

 

“The AXIS of EVOLVE”

Axis of Evolve

CMB Dipoles

CMB Dipoles

Axis of Evolve

Axis of Evolve

 

#NASA  Explains

Charles L. Bennett, Principal Investigator

WMAP – Fundamental Measurements of Cosmology

WMAP – Universe 101

WMWP – Results

Inflation (cosmology)

Big Bang – “Theory”

 

Observable Universe

1.  Horizon Problem:

2.  Flatness Problem:

3.  Magnetic-Monopole Problem:

4.  Etc. Problems:

of the is as .

How’s  at the   after ?

WMAP

WMAP

WMAP

WMAP – Cosmological Parameters

WMAP

#BigBang #CMB #HorizonProblem #Mandalas

#BigBang #CMB #HorizonProblem #Mandalas

Cosmic Microwave Background Explained | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

How Do You Measure the Size of the Universe? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

How Big is the Observable Universe: “Well, it’s a Sphere with the radius of about 46 Billion LightYears . . . ”

Horizon Problem

“How do they know . . .  In a #NutShell – You start with the age of the universe, current estimate is about 13.8 years, and then . . . ”

#ColdPlay

Psalm 123:1  A Song of Ascents. I lift up my eyes to You, the One enthroned in heaven. 2  As the eyes of servants look to the hand of their master, as the eyes of a maidservant look to the hand of her mistress, so our eyes are on the LORD our God until He shows us mercy.