PGT-ET TELESCOPE AT THE EDGE OF THE UNIVERSE it's more than we expected
Can you see the edge of the Universe? An old adage says if you look far enough into the curvature of space and time, you'll see the back of your head!
[Pointing the massive telescope at the Edge of the Universe boundary and expecting to see little or nothing led to this great surprise — thousands of galaxies and early formation objects are located at the final fringe of space in front of the Big Bang!]
— Enter inside the beginning of the Universe at the final Fringe and face the edge of time and the Universe —
It's mind boggling, we've reached the final Fringe at the Edge of the Universe just after the Big Bang occurred! We see the space is not empty but rather it's filled with many spectacular proto objects in blazing color undergoing evolutionary formation. Many early galaxies are in collision - evidence of a more chaotic early Universe.
— Each time the exposure integration is increased, more objects appear —
THE FRINGE AT THE EDGE OF CREATION
This image looks into the farthest most distant Fringe back in time towards the birth of the Universe known as the Big Bang. The image has reached inside the half million year boundary of "Creation" and made unprecedented discoveries.
The image of these objects, traveling at the speed of light, has taken around 13 billion years to reach the telescope's aperture, which is based on the age of the Universe. The fact is, these objects had billions of years of time to evolve and no longer appear the same or reside in the same positions.
For the telescope, time is "frozen in space" at an early age of the Universe when looking back in time. The more powerful the telescope, the farther back in time it travels. The freeze is an advantage to discerning the edge. How can these objects end up frozen in space time?
Given that humans exist with only infinitesimal life spans, the minute it takes to view the image of a galaxy in real time is next to nonexistent by terms of the evolutionary time scale of galaxies.
Yet galaxies are fast rotating pinwheels like 4th of July fireworks, only it takes eons to complete a single revolution. Remember, actual views through the telescope or time lapse imaging is recording the motion of these galaxies, even if the equipment registers no detection of motion.
— The PGT-ET takes us directly to the front doorstep at the Edge of the Universe' fringe boundary —
The Universe is currently measured as 13.7 billion years. This telescopic image has exceeded 13.25 billion years, into the fringe, less than 450 million years to the Universe EOU boundary. The PGT-ET is powerful enough to study and explore very distant EOU boundary fringes for the first time. The <450M Fringe is the just the beginning for EOU exploration.
— Many of the galaxies visible are in collision with other galaxies, which is expected in the early years of EVO life in the Universe —
M units are in millions of light years, or a fraction thereof. If one brightest galaxy in the plate is measured at a distance of 450 million years to the Big Bang, then many more objects appear to have far greater distances from the Earth. We estimate these objects could be at the 100M Fringe, right at the EOU.
THE BIRTH OF THE UNIVERSE
With tuned clarity, there could be a space anomaly visible as we move closer to the birth. This is what the Prime Directive encompasses.
HOW FAR BACK IN TIME?
Discovery of the Fringe has led to more questions than answers. We're on a Cosmic Quest Adventure of grand exploration - can we detect more than microwave radiation from the Big Bang? Can we optically see far back enough in time to detect the Big Bang?
If an event already happened at the Fringe, can we see it unfold? We know Supernova can reside on the other side of the galaxy and yet we see these explosive events happen millions, even billions of years after they actually happened. How is the Big Bang any different?
HOW CLOSE TO THE BIG BANG?
How close can the power of Adjunctive observation reach towards the infinitesimal moment of Universe' creation? And, if we can reach minutes or seconds after the event, what should we see, or look for?
EVO - Evolution
EOU - Edge of Universe
PGT-ET - Paradigmic Genius Telescope - Enhanced Technology
M - Millions of Years
ADJ - Adjunctive