Unveiling The Invisible Universe
There is more to the universe than meets the human eye.
Most of what we know about the universe beyond Earth comes from light. By analyzing details of different types of light—radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultraviolet light, X-rays, and gamma rays—we can figure out what the universe is made of, how it is organized, and how it changes over time.
Aid in Infrared
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Life and Death of Stars
Other Solar Systems, Other Planets
How Do We Know?
History and Origin of the Universe
Visible light image courtesy of NASA, Caltech/IPAC, and the Pasadena Fire Department.
Infrared image courtesy of NASA, Caltech/IPAC, and the Pasadena Fire Department.
Unveiling The Invisible Universe is adapted from Cool Cosmos by Caltech/IPAC with additional contributions from Bruno Merin and Miguel Merin (Pludo).