The scientist was released the largest three-dimensional, or 3D map of the universe ever created.
This map launched by an international group of astrophysicists which was launched more than 20 years ago. This project mainly focuses on the map of the universe using data collected from a telescope in the southwestern U.S. state of New Mexico.
U.S.-based Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, a non-profit scientific research organization. gives major funding for this project. Sloan Digital Sky Survey is the main source of this observation in which it is used. This survey was one of the largest astronomical surveys ever carried out.
The researchers say in a statement that the new 3D map shows measurements around more than 1 million galaxies and quasars. The scientists defined quasars as “bright galaxies lit up by material falling onto a central supermassive black hole.”
Lead researcher Will Percival said in a statement who is a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. The 1 million galaxies measurement helped the researcher team to produce a “complete story of the expansion of the universe,”
Additionally, Percival told the 3D map had “filled in 11 billion years in our picture of the universe.”
The other main lead researcher of the main team was Kyle Dawson, a physics and astronomy professor at the University of Utah. He explains in a report that, the largest three-dimensional map now finally shows information about a large hole in the history of the universe.
Dawson said in a statement “We know both the universe ancient history and its recent expansion history fairly well, However, there is a troublesome gap in the middle 11 billion years,”
He added, According to the latest research helped fill the information gap, releasing some of the most “substantial advances” in the research of the universe for the past 10 years.
Astrophysicist Jean-Paul Kneib of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne assists launches the 3D mapping project. Also, the map reveals the weather making up the construction of the universe, “starting from the time when the universe was solely about 300,000 years outdated.” It offers researchers to measure patterns in how galaxies are positioned.
Canada’s Perimeter Institute research center, Dustin Lang is also a researcher on the project given a statement, “It really is incredible that one experiment has produced such a scientific legacy.”
Also, Scientist accepted that after 3D map the unseen element has been come out have fitted into Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity.
The early university produces differences in the estimated rates of expansion which is based on the latest observations and past studies. The at a presently accepted fee, known as the “Hubble constant,” is 10 percent lower than the worth ensuing from distances between galaxies closest to Earth.