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Gravity illustrations

Gravity illustrations

Delve into an intricate scientific illustration that encompasses the grandeur and mystery of our universe. We’re visualizing the groundbreaking discovery of gravitational waves in interstellar space, emanating from supermassive black holes merging and ripples caused by time dilation in the early universe. Start with a representation of our galaxy as seen from a distance. Amidst the swirling arms of stars and nebulae, envision a pair of supermassive black holes. They are portrayed as swirling vortexes of darkness surrounded by bright halos of matter being pulled in. Their spiraling dance sends off concentric waves, these are the gravitational waves. Illustrate these waves as gentle ripples, distorting the starlight in their path and spreading outwards across the galaxy. A significant portion of the illustration needs to depict the notion of time dilation in the early universe. To represent time moving five times more slowly during the first billion years post Big Bang, imagine a cosmic clock. The ‘hands’ of this clock move slower as they point back towards the moment of the Big Bang, the center of the clock. This slow movement is represented by extended, blurred trails behind each ‘hand.’ The light from quasars, serving as cosmic clocks, could be scattered throughout the scene. They should be illustrated as intensely luminous, almost star-like objects, their brightness varying due to the time dilation effect. The variation in their luminosity and the slow moving cosmic clock hands visually communicate the time dilation concept.   View on Midjourney: https://www.midjourney.com/app/jobs/4f5bb2e0-04b3-4c9f-8ad5-8ed04d146687/
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