Amazing! NASA's Roman Space Telescope creates stunning simulations of 33 million Galaxies

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Simulation revealed the possibility of finding 2,00,000 foreground stars within our own galaxy. Know what’s special about it. (NASA)

A colossal survey has been developed by scientists, revealing the potential results of future observations from NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope. (NASA)

While it only represents a fraction of the actual future survey, this simulated version is still impressive, featuring a vast amount of galaxies - 33 million of them - and 200,000 foreground stars within our own galaxy. (Unsplash)

While using the simulation, the scientists will have observation tactics, experimenting with various methods to extract valuable insights from the mission's extensive data. (Unsplash)

Also, the simulation will offer chances to examine the advantages of combining Roman's observations with data from other telescopes. (Unsplash)

The team used information from a simulated cosmos initially created to facilitate scientific planning for the Vera C. Rubin Observatory, situated in Chile and slated to commence complete operations in 2024. 

Since both the Roman and Rubin simulations employ the same source, astronomers can compare them to determine the insights they can glean from integrating the telescopes' observations once they become operational and begin surveying the universe. (Unsplash)

The precise positions and shapes of countless dim galaxies, which Roman's imaging will uncover, will be utilized to map dark matter. Any object with mass bends the space-time fabric. The degree of bending increases with the mass of the object. (Pexels)

This produces a phenomenon known as gravitational lensing, which occurs when light from a faraway source is distorted as it passes by intervening objects. (Pexels)

Through the observation of these lensing effects, scientists will acquire additional knowledge about dark matter and gain insights into the mysteries that surround it. (Pexels)

The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope is a NASA infrared space telescope in development which covers 20 square degrees of the sky, roughly equivalent to 95 full moons, to unveil more than a billion galaxies. 

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