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Amongst many other things I am fascinated with the Universe and how it all works. Where did we come from, how did it all begin, where are we going and how will it all end? So many questions and not enough answers. Over the years I have watched numerous documentaries about wonders of the universe.


The planet we live on is so mysterious, but there is much more out there, beyond our naked eye. Unanswered questions about the dark matter, the big bang theory, gravity, galaxies, the stars and endless search for planets with life, similar to ours. Will we find it one day? I am without a doubt sure that there is life in the Universe. We can’t be the only ones. Amongst billions of galaxies and trillions of planets that are similar to our plate, so-called Goldilocks location, not too close, not too far from the sun, comfortable enough for life to thrive. One of my favourite British Physicians to explore the secrets of the universe is Brian Cox. He has an amazing show called Wonders of the Universe. If you are fascinated with Space, I highly recommend to watch this series. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00zdhtg


Also, if you are in London, there is an Exhibition about the Visions of the Universe running from June 7th until September 15th at The National Maritime Museum in Greenwichhttp://www.rmg.co.uk/visit/events/visions-of-the-universe


This mind-boggling exhibition will take you on a journey through the history of astrophotography-from the first astronomical photo ever taken by Edwin Hubble‘s 1923 with the image confirming existence of galaxies beyond the Milky Way, to celestial vistas captured with ultra-advanced technology available to us in the modern world of science.