Our human eyes are tightly limited in terms of what we can see in the sky right above us. Even with an eagle-sharp vision we could not gaze beyond mysteries hidden far away from Earth. But our technology compensates for this disadvantage, and so we use our inventions to observe not only our own Solar system, but also stars, nebulae, exoplanets, black holes and many other spectacular objects that often cannot be seen in any other way.
What are these objects that draw our attention? What do they look like? How do we know what these objects are made of, and how do we even know their real appearance? These questions – and answers to them, accompanied by a marvelous narrative – are presented in this documentary video below, called “The Incredible Landscapes of Space”.
Video was created by Spark.