The universe is a vast place and our entire solar system is just one pixel on this gigantic canvas with infinite boundaries.
At some point in our life, we have all wondered that whether is there an end to this unending saga, is there a boundary?
Using the same willful imagination and data provided by NASA, artists Pablo Carlos Budassi has created an image of our entire universe in just one picture.
The image features the Solar System at its center, further out, you can see the intricate network of the ‘Cosmic Web,’ along with the galaxies.
Further out is a cosmic microwave background radiation, which is the very earliest radiation in the universe, leftover from the Big Bang itself.
The strange looking outer most ring is actual a ring of quark-gluon plasma, that is said to be the primordial particle soup that was created by the Big Bang.
The image really has it all.