“Still more light found at the ‘end of the universe’” gets a video

PSI Blog 20190206 “Still more light found at the ‘end of the universe’” gets a video

Thanks to David de Hilster who just did a wonderful video on my previous blog:

You might want to subscribe to his YouTube channel on which he often critically reviews the “junk science” in support of cosmogony these days.

“The new version of Hubble's deep image. In dark grey is the new light that has been found around the galaxies in this field. That light corresponds to the brightness of more than 100 billion suns. Credit: A. S. Borlaff and others, 2019.” (Courtesy Mike Wall, Space.com).[1]

Below I give the complete list of authors. The article is 34 pages and obviously took a lot of work. Note also that the authors are from Spain, Denmark, and France—not the U.S. The paper cited is the latest breakthrough in cosmology, having been published on 20190121. Although it provides only a minor dig against cosmogony, it has not received much publicity in the U.S. Does this mean that the U.S. support for the Big Bang Theory is causing it to lose its preeminence in cosmology?  

[1] Borlaff, Alejandro, Trujillo, Ignacio, Román, Javier, Beckman, John E., Eliche-Moral, M. Carmen, Infante-Sáinz, Raúl, Lumbreras-Calle, Alejandro, de Almagro, Rodrigo Takuro Sato Martín, Gómez-Guijarro, Carlos, Cebrián, María, Dorta, Antonio, Cardiel, Nicolás, Akhlaghi, Mohammad, and Martínez-Lombilla, Cristina, 2019, The missing light of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Astronomy and Astrophysics, v. 621, no. A133, p. 1-34.

1 comment:

Glenn Borchardt said...

Glenn and David,

Well done!