The universe and what it makes us do

The universe and what it makes us do


26.8% of the universe is invisible
No matter how powerful a telescope, we can not see everything in the universe. Dark matter is a mysterious substance that scientists are still trying to understand – they only know it’s there because light has been observed to flex in space in areas where nothing can be seen except gravitational force .
There are many theories about what dark matter is, but now we are only sure of what it is not – no stars, planets or clouds of gas, antimatter or black holes (which are quite mental). The most popular theory is that dark matter is a kind of exotic particles that have not yet been identified.
You can not see everything in the universe, regardless of the power of your telescope. Dark matter remains such a mysterious substance that scientists remain confused and still need to understand or understand them. They only know it’s there. And this too because the light has been discovered, which bends in space. In places or areas where nothing is seen or observed as the cause of gravity.
There are several theories about dark matter, but now we are absolutely sure of what is not stars or planets, or gas clouds, black holes (which are very exciting in themselves) and their antimatter. The most popular of the existing theories on dark matter is that it consists of particles that can not yet be identified by science.
George’s star

Fact: Uranus was originally named George Star

When Sir William Herschel discovered Uranus in 1781, he was honored to name him. He chose the Georgian Sidus after his new boss, King George III. That is what he said
In ancient times, the terms Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn were given to the planets, as well as the names of their main heroes and divinities. In modern times, more philosophical, it would be difficult to use the same method, calling it Juno, Pallas, Apollo or Minerva, to give a name to our new celestial body. The first consideration of a particular event or major accident seems to be its chronology: if in the future it is necessary to ask whether this planet was discovered in the last analysis, was it discovered? It would be a very satisfying answer to say “Under the reign of King George III”.

Uranus was also the first planet to be discovered using a telescope.
Georges Stern was the original name called Uranus
Uranus was discovered in 1781 by Sir William Herschel, who found Uranus in 1781. He then had the honor of naming the planets. He chose Georgium Sidus, which means George’s star. He did it to honor his new boss, King George III.
He had to say it

“In ancient times, the fabulous names of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn were recorded on the planet as the names of their main heroes and gods. In our more philosophical days, it would not be out of place to use the same method and call Pallas, Juno, Minerva and Apollo, our new heavenly bodies, the first consideration of a specific event or a serious case would have been his history. Someone should ask in the future if the last planet found should be treated satisfactorily? thus: “Under the reign of King George III.”

Uranus was the first planet to be discovered with a telescope.