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Andromeda Galaxy: Andromeda is the nearest major galaxy to our own Milky Way Galaxy. Our Galaxy is thought to look much like Andromeda. The diffuse light from Andromeda is caused by the hundreds of billions of stars that compose it. The several distinct stars that surround Andromeda's image are actually stars in our Galaxy that are well in front of the background object. Andromeda is frequently referred to as M31 since it is the 31st object on Messier's list of diffuse sky objects. M31 is so distant it takes about two million years for light to reach us from there. Much about M31 remains unknown, including why the center contains two nuclei.


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Hinduism Today & Science and Technology News: QUINCY, FRANCE, June 6, 2005:

Some ancient astronomers seemed to have arrived at the conclusion that the creation of the universe, its growth, its eventual decay and regeneration are eternal processes without a beginning and without an end, repeating in endless cycles.

The Hindus named each half cycle a night or day of Brahma in symbolic terms. There is also the mention of a transition or a twilight zone referred to as Yugasandhi between these half cycles. The point of interest to us here is that the metaphor extends to some amazing mathematical details as follows.

  • According to the Hindu scriptures, each half cycle is said to last for 4.32 billion years.
     
  • The Sun, too, revolves around the center of our galaxy once in 325.5 million years. Modern science pegs this in the range of 225 to 270 million years.
     
  • The point of departure between ancient Hindu cosmology and modern cosmology is that unlike modern cosmology, ancient Hindu cosmology relates the rotational speed of our own galaxy to the period of oscillation of the endless cycles of creation, growth and eventual decay.
     
  • Our known galaxy is known as Parameshti Mandala, and it is said to rotate around Svayambhu Mandala, the center of all galaxies with a time period of 4.32 billion years, also.
     
  • Pursuing this chronology further in detail, it can be shown that the present day of Brahma began exactly 5 Brahma hours, 28 minutes and 40 seconds ago as of April 1, 1986.
     
  • Going a step further, they calculate the age of our present universe is 19.252 billion years, amazingly close to the modern-day estimate.
     
  • Modern historians have also documented that according to some ancient Hindu scriptures, the Sun is 108 Sun-diameters from the earth and the moon 108 Moon-diameters away. The modern values for these figures are 107.6 and 110.6 respectively.

The Milky Way galaxy is the spiral galaxy we call home, as do roughly 100 billion other stars. It looks very much like other spiral galaxies when viewed from above. There are spiral arms and a bright central part. The Sun is far from the center of the Galaxy, halfway to the edge of the Galaxy along the Orion spiral arm. The Sun is revolving around the center of the Galaxy at a speed of half a million miles per hour, yet it will still take 200 million years for it to go around once. Do you feel like you are moving at that speed through space? If you did, you would certainly need a seat belt! When we run, we feel the wind on our bodies because there are molecules which make up the air that push against our bodies. But there are very few molecules in the space between the stars. So there is nothing to push against our planet so that we "feel" like we are rushing around at half a million miles per hour. Like other spiral galaxies, the Milky Way has a bulge, a disk, and a halo. Although all are parts of the same galaxy, each contains different objects. The halo and central bulge contain old stars and the disk is filled with gas, dust, and young stars. Our Sun is itself a fairly young star at only 5 billion years old. The Milky Way galaxy is at least 5 billion years older than that


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East meets West:
Cosmology then and now
Eastern religious traditions can
provide us with new cosmological insights
if we have eyes to see them.

By Paul Utukuru
From:
Science and Technology News: (June 6, 2005)

Symbolism is a common feature in all religious traditions. Bread and wine symbolize the flesh and blood of Jesus in the Christian Eucharist. Jesus himself spoke in parables. The ancient Hindu and Greek mythologies personify stars, planets and the elements. While this may seem strange now, a quick look around will show you that science and technology does the same thing.

Brahmaa, Vishnu and Shiva are said to be the creator, sustainer and the destroyer respectively of the universe in Hinduism. Setting aside the personified symbolism here, the idea can be seen as an extrapolation of what is observed on earth to the universe at large: birth, growth, decay and recycling are central to everything we observe in the world within us and around us. Extrapolation from the particular to the general is commonly done in science, especially physics.

Based on similar considerations, some ancient astronomers seemed to have arrived at the conclusion that the creation of the universe, its growth, its eventual decay and regeneration are eternal processes without a beginning and without an end, repeating in endless cycles.

 The Hindus named each half cycle a night or day of Brahma in symbolic terms. There is also the mention of a transition or a twilight zone referred to as Yugasandhi between these half cycles.

Similar cosmologies evolved in ancient Babylon and Greece also during pre-Christian times. Whether the Hindus developed their ideas on their own, or borrowed them from Babylon and Greece, is still a matter of debate among historians.

In any case, the point of interest to us here is that the metaphor extends to some amazing mathematical details. According to the Hindu scriptures, each half cycle is said to last for 4.32 billion years. The Sun, too, revolves around the center of our galaxy once in 325.5 million years. Modern science pegs this in the range of 225 to 270 million years.

The point of departure between ancient Hindu cosmology and modern cosmology is that unlike modern cosmology, ancient Hindu cosmology relates the rotational speed of our own galaxy to the period of oscillation of the endless cycles of creation, growth and eventual decay.

Our known galaxy is known as Parameshti Mandala, and it is said to rotate around Svayambhu Mandala, the center of all galaxies with a time period of 4.32 billion years, also. Interestingly, the 18th century German philosopher Immanuel Kant suggested that the universe might actually consist of rotating systems rotating around larger rotating systems.

Pursuing this chronology further in detail, it can be shown that the present day of Brahma began exactly 5 Brahma hours, 28 minutes and 40 seconds ago as of April 1, 1986.

Going a step further, they calculate the age of our present universe is 19.252 billion years, amazingly close to the modern-day estimate.

Modern historians have also documented that according to some ancient Hindu scriptures, the Sun is 108 Sun-diameters from the earth and the moon 108 Moon-diameters away. The modern values for these figures are 107.6 and 110.6 respectively.
 


What does it mean to look at the universe with eastern eyes?
(Photo: Jeff Schwartz/Flickr)


Parenthetically, the number 108 has special significance in astrology and in most Hindu rituals even today. The rosaries used in many Hindu and Buddhist chanting routines contain exactly 108 beads. Also, the number 108 is exactly one quarter of 432, the most important number in the ancient Hindu and Babylonian cosmologies.

Today, we are still faced with issues such as the singularity problem, the horizon problem, the magnetic monopole problem, the smoothness problem, the flatness problem, anisotropy of the 3 K cosmic ray background and the recently-discovered phenomena of gamma ray bursts by satellites and space telescopes.

We have not yet figured out whether the big bang is a one-time affair or a cyclical affair. Proton decay is yet another unresolved issue. Cosmologists are also not sure whether the universe is open, flat or closed.

Quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity have still to be reconciled. The most recent development in this regard has been a return to a cyclical theory of expansion and contraction of our universe by Paul Steinhardt at Princeton and Neil Turok at Cambridge University. In their view, the big bang is a bridge to a pre-existing contracting era. The universe undergoes an endless sequence of cycles in which it contracts in a big crunch and re-emerges in an expanding big bang, with trillions of years of evolution in between, almost exactly as outlined in ancient Hindu cosmology.

Steinhardt and Turok contend that the visible universe exists within a three-dimensional membrane, or brane, that is like a stretched rubber sheet. Another membrane separated from ours by only a microscopic thickness contains a universe in which there is only dark matter. In each periodic cycle, a collision between the two membranes results in enormous amounts of matter and radiation.

I am by no means suggesting here that the cyclical model is right and the one-time big-bang model is wrong. Rather, my point is that since birth, growth, decay and recycling are universal phenomena throughout nature, their extrapolation to the universe at large, following the tradition of the ancients, might give us newer insights.

Likewise, it may be worthwhile to recognize the similarities between the atom and the solar system and see if the extrapolation of this might lead us to a more elegant cosmological model involving rotation of systems within systems in an endless fashion.

I will close with one final note. Whether or not we take ancient cosmologies such as the one discussed here seriously, it is interesting that their methods for predicting solar and lunar eclipses yield results almost as accurate as our modern ones. In the case of India, the Hindu pundits still use them.

Paul Utukuru is a retired medical physicist.



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#1 Posted by praveen kumar on 6/15/2005
prajapati means,the supreme Almighty God,who handled all world perfectly.

I bow my head in front of GOD.I feel very lucky that i am in this world to do
somthing for the mankind.I want to spread love,emotions a very unique
spriritual Love for all , perhaps my life is too short to do this humble work.

But i believe God,God is with me.
So we will be the winner,so let's enjoy every moment of life.

Thanks
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#2 Posted by Puneet on 7/18/2005
Guys, brilliant job with this website.
I'm sure this is just the starting as there is bound to be an enormous amount of material that can be collected throught the study of Vedas and parelleling it with modern science. It would also be a nice idea to include other indian scriptures dealing with astrology as they too have traditional calculations that predict as correctly as the western.


 

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