Deep Space LIVE: Humankind amidst the Cosmos: Our Origins and Our Place in the Universe

(Linz, May 6, 2010) We’re all made of cosmic dust. Whether it’s hydrogen, oxygen, carbon or the iron that carries oxygen through our bloodstream—every atom that makes up our bodies was once part of a star. On May 6, 2010, Dietmar Hager and the Ars Electronica Center are jointly hosting Deep Space LIVE, a search for traces of our origins and our place in the universe. Guests will embark on an impressive excursion through the visual realms of “uniview,” a three-dimensional visualization of the entire known universe. This journey is a telling of the eternal cosmic cycle in which every supernova going out in a blaze of stellar glory proceeds to become the midwife of a newborn star … Read more


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