ALMA (the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array) is one of my favorite projects in astronomy, yielding some of the most freaking ridiculously beautiful data humans have yet to discover and render. The most well known ALMA related image is probably this one, the Antennae Galaxies composite of ALMA and Hubble observations:
Composite Image Credit:ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO). Visible light image: the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. For more resolutions go straight to
Japan is one of many countries involved with ALMA, an astronomy array that may remind you visually of the movie Contact.
Image: Contact (1997) Theatrical Release Poster
The new video is a phenomenal and touching audiovisual experience spanning all languages. That's one of the best things about science; none of this stuff has anything to do with me arbitrarily speaking English.
So obviously without any reservations, I'd excitedly share this new video, simultaneously urging that people of all cultures to try to shed their societal connotations when experiencing something beyond our puny differences! :)
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