Zoom Forward 86 Hidden Features

If you do not “Zoom Forward” in your Spiritual Life and prepare for your departure from this Earth Life, then you have made a very grievous mistake. There is more to your Life than the people and things of this Earth Life…
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Regardless of who you are; or who you think you are and likewise concerning what you have or what you think you have and you can place any name or anything in the equation: If you are not extremely careful; you will spend your entire life focused on the people and things surrounding you and they will absorb, deceive and trick you so much, you will miss out towards seeking the Lord.
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Your life on earth is only a “limited amount of time”; then you pass away into the eternal state, into infinity, through the:  Gate of Eternity  for better or worse!!!
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Be wise and seek the Lord while you have “time”.
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You need to buy up, that is, make better use of the “time in your life” as to being rich toward God with whatever “time you have”; because there is a limited amount of the “time in your life” and you cannot buy/get it back, once it is gone!!!
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There will be a “time in your life” that your soul will be required of you; and you are powerless to stop it from leaving your earth body.
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Luke 12: [13] And one of the company said unto him, Master, speak to my brother, that he divide the inheritance with me. [14] And he said unto him, Man, who made me a judge or a divider over you? [15] And he said unto them, Take heed, and beware of covetousness: for a man’s life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth. [16] And he spoke a parable unto them, saying, The ground of a certain rich man brought forth plentifully: [17] And he thought within himself, saying, What shall I do, because I have no room where to bestow my fruits? [18] And he said, This will I do: I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and there will I bestow all my fruits and my goods. [19] And I will say to my soul, Soul, thou hast much goods laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry. [20] But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee: then whose shall those things be, which thou hast provided? [21] So is he that layeth up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.
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The following are about the Universe. There is a life beyond Earth. As people upon this Earth; the great majority of humanity has been deceived by people and things; as if this is all of our existence. Perhaps this page will be helpful to someone; towards helping you to awaken to the reality of Life after this Earth Life…
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As you can see from the many objects in the Universe; it is so ironic, we as human beings think all there is in life, is OUR PRESENT state of existence. Wow!!! What a mistake all of us have made!!! Life deceives and tricks us so much!!!
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New Images Using Data From Retired Telescopes Reveal Hidden Features
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The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is a satellite of the Milky Way, containing about 30 billion stars. Seen here in a far-infrared and radio view, the LMC’s cool and warm dust are shown in green and blue, respectively, with hydrogen gas in red. Credits: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech/C. Clark (STScI)

Updated June. 16, 2022, 6 p.m. PDT (9 p.m. EDT): Language was added to acknowledge the contribution of radio telescopes to the images.

The stunning perspectives show four of our galactic neighbors in a different light.

New images using data from ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA missions showcase the dust that fills the space between stars in four of the galaxies closest to our own Milky Way. More than striking, the snapshots are also a scientific trove, lending insight into how dramatically the density of dust clouds can vary within a galaxy.

With a consistency similar to smoke, dust is created by dying stars and is one of the materials that forms new stars. The dust clouds observed by space telescopes are constantly shaped and molded by exploding stars, stellar winds, and the effects of gravity. Almost half of all the starlight in the universe is absorbed by dust. Many of the heavy chemical elements essential to forming planets like Earth are locked up in dust grains in interstellar space. So understanding dust is an essential part of understanding our universe.

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The Andromeda galaxy, or M31, is shown here in far-infrared and radio wavelengths of light. Some of the hydrogen gas (red) that traces the edge of Andromeda’s disc was pulled in from intergalactic space, and some was torn away from galaxies that merged with Andromeda far in the past. Credits: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech/C. Clark (STScI)

The new observations were made possible through the work of ESA’s Herschel Space Observatory, which operated from 2009 to 2013. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California contributed key parts of two instruments on the spacecraft. Herschel’s supercold instruments were able to detect the thermal glow of dust, which is emitted as far-infrared light, a range of wavelengths longer than what human eyes can detect.

Herschel’s images of interstellar dust provide high-resolution views of fine details in these clouds, revealing intricate substructures. But the way the space telescope was designed meant that it often couldn’t detect light from more spread out and diffuse clouds, especially in the outer regions of galaxies, where the gas and dust become sparse and thus fainter.

For some nearby galaxies, that meant Herschel missed up to 30% of all the light given off by dust. With such a significant gap, astronomers struggled to use the Herschel data to understand how dust and gas behaved in these environments. To fill out the Herschel dust maps, the new images combine data from three other missions: ESA’s retired Planck observatory, along with two retired NASA missions, the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) and Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE).

The images show the Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31; the Triangulum galaxy, or M33; and the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds – dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way that do not have the spiral structure of the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies. All four are within 3 million light-years of Earth.

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The Small Magellanic Cloud is a satellite of the Milky Way, containing about 3 billion stars. This far-infrared and radio view of it shows the cool (green) and warm (blue) dust, as well as the hydrogen gas (red). Credits: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech/C. Clark (STScI)

In the images, red indicates hydrogen gas, the most common element in the universe. This data was collected using multiple radio telescopes located around the globe. The image of the Large Magellanic Cloud shows a red tail coming off the bottom left of the galaxy that was likely created when it collided with the Small Magellanic Cloud about 100 million years ago. Bubbles of empty space indicate regions where stars have recently formed, because intense winds from the newborn stars blow away the surrounding dust and gas. The green light around the edges of those bubbles indicates the presence of cold dust that has piled up as a result of those winds. Warmer dust, shown in blue, indicates where stars are forming or other processes have heated the dust.

Many heavy elements in nature – including carbon, oxygen, and iron – can get stuck to dust grains, and the presence of different elements changes the way dust absorbs starlight. This, in turn, affects the view astronomers get of events like star formation.

In the densest dust clouds, almost all the heavy elements can get locked up in dust grains, which increases the dust-to-gas ratio. But in less dense regions, the destructive radiation from newborn stars or shockwaves from exploding stars will smash the dust grains and return some of those locked-up heavy elements back into the gas, changing the ratio once again. Scientists who study interstellar space and star formation want to better understand this ongoing cycle. The Herschel images show that the dust-to-gas ratio can vary within a single galaxy by up to a factor of 20, far more than previously estimated.

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The Triangulum galaxy, or M33, is shown here in far-infrared and radio wavelengths of light. Some of the hydrogen gas (red) that traces the edge of the Triangulum’s disc was pulled in from intergalactic space, and some was torn away from galaxies that merged with Triangulum far in the past. Credits: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech/C. Clark (STScI)

“These improved Herschel images show us that the dust ‘ecosystems’ in these galaxies are very dynamic,” said Christopher Clark, an astronomer at the Space Science Telescope Institute in Maryland, who led the work to create the new images.

More About the Missions

NASA’s Herschel Project Office was based at JPL. The NASA Herschel Science Center was based at IPAC at Caltech in Pasadena, California. Caltech manages JPL for NASA.

Launched in 1983, NASA’s IRAS was the first space telescope to detect infrared light, setting the stage for future observatories like the agency’s Spitzer Space Telescope and James Webb Space Telescope. IRAS was a joint project of NASA, the Netherlands Agency for Aerospace Programmes, and the United Kingdom’s Science and Engineering Research Council. JPL and NASA’s Ames Research Center managed the telescope development. IPAC provided expertise and support for the processing and analysis of data from IRAS, and NASA’s Infrared Science Archive (IRSA) at IPAC manages the IRAS archive.

The Planck observatory, launched in 2009, and COBE, launched in 1989, both studied the cosmic microwave background, or light left over from the big bang. The COBE satellite was developed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. NASA’s Planck Project Office was based at JPL, which also contributed mission-enabling technology for both of Planck’s science instruments. European, Canadian, and U.S. Planck scientists work together to analyze the Planck data. IPAC serves as the U.S. Planck Data Center, hosted at IRSA.

Calla Cofield
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
626-808-2469
calla.e.cofield@jpl.nasa.gov

2022-086

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Your Life is immensely short; at the very most, perhaps nearly 100 years. The age of the Earth is about 4.5 billion years. Most Galaxies are estimated to be 10.0 to 13.6 billion years old; with the { Milky Way Galaxy } having about 100 to 400 billion stars, is a very old galaxy; at about 13.6 billion years. There are several of the oldest known stars in the Universe within the Milky Way Galaxy: 1. { HD 140283 } (also known as the Methuselah star; about 12.0 to 13.7 billion years.)  and 2. { List of Oldest Stars } in the Galaxy. There are numerous galaxies in the { Local Group of Galaxies }; although the exact number of galaxies in the Local Group is unknown, as some are occluded by the Milky Way; however, at least 80 members are known, most of which are { Dwarf Galaxies }; which is part of the { Laniakea Supercluster }, containing approximately 100,000 other galaxies. In March 2019, astronomers reported that the { Virial Mass } of the Milky Way Galaxy is 1.54 trillion { Solar Masses }, suggesting that about 90% of the mass of the galaxy is { Dark Matter }. There are estimated to be about 10 million { Superclusters } in the { Universe }.The Universe, having upwards to about 2 trillion { Galaxies } ; being about 13.8 billion years. There are { Dark Galaxies } that are almost void of stars and made up of mostly Dark Matter, such as the { Dragonfly 44 Galaxy }. There are a countless number  of { Cosmic Structures } within the Universe; including things, such as { Black Holes }; { Nebulas }; { Exoplanets }; { Cosmic Voids }; { Quasars }; { Pulsars }; and many trillions of other { Astronomical Objects }. All of this material makes up only about 5% of existence, as we understand it to be!!! The other 95% is { Dark Matter } and { Dark Energy } or substance beyond the elements of which we know as the Earth and the Universe.
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There are currently slightly over 8 billion people in the world; and throughout the history of humanity, there are estimates to have been about 110 billion people, who have been born, lived and died on earth.In other words, your life; all of the foolish events that occur throughout the worldwide entertainment industry; the massive (propaganda) fake news media; the many areas of political and social agenda’s that twist and turn like the wind; and yes, even sports programs that last for a moment and are nothing more than a distraction, then vanishes away like a small vapor and finally; all of the false religions, with their pastors, preachers, priests and leaders; that are virtually beyond number, which deceive the masses; including just the daily aspects of life, that overwhelms society; are merely a fraction of the universal time of infinite existence.
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My humble suggestion to you: don’t get caught up in all of this type of “nonsense”. It’s simply not worth it and you are wasting your life. Your life is so very, very short!!!
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My comment to everyone: Be a responsible person, but: Don’t waste your time on all of these “nonsense things”. Once the moments of your life are gone and whatever “time in your life” you have wasted on these “nonsense things”: You cannot get it back. Not one second; not a minute; not an hour; not a day; absolutely nothing!!! It’s gone forever.
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All you have now is the future. Make the best; or at least, better use of whatever “time you have left”, mostly toward seeking the Lord; by Bible Study, Prayer and Correct Scriptural Worship…
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