Hubble Constant has got scientists up all night; not to get lucky

The Hubble Constant is the rate at which the universe is expanding. It first came to light when Edwin Hubble came up with the idea of a constant rate of expansion for the universe. In 1919, Harlow Shapley observed the…

Masterplan of the Universe and a speck of dust that’s Milky Way

The renderings of our Milky Way galaxy show a tiny speck in midst of other galaxies and colossal voids.