Talk about the universe’s shape might sound like a weird concept, how can you define the shape of a 3-dimension space? And what does it mean? Well, the universe’s shape has very interesting implications for the cosmos, and for us as well.
If you are asked, how is it that we are built or constituted? Your answer most likely will be “of atoms”, and even though this is a correct answer, it partially describe how all things we know are formed. Is the standard model the one that describes in detail how matter is constituted.
The Hubble Space Telescope is undoubtedly one of the most successful scientific experiments, with multiple discoveries that have solved great unknowns about the universe; one of these were his deep-field images.
The three laws that Kepler published in his book “Astronomy Nova“, is a legacy that demonstrates the elegance and precision of the planetary movement; forming the foundation that describes the interaction of different celestial bodies, fundamental principle to understand how the cosmos works.
There are multiple stories of perseverance and hard work in science history, on how even under adverse conditions, curiosity and the desire to find answers is stronger than any adversity; One interesting example is that of Johannes Kepler.