Firtsly, let me to introduce myself in brief terms. I have very scholarly aspect in almost everyhing. Therefore I wrote my introductory from a scientific point of view.The universe have always interested me, I think it&#039;s very exciting. I have been wondered by the vast size of the cosmos. The night sky filled with stars makes me feel how tiny is our world. Our galaxy, the Milky Way is &quot;only&quot; one of more than 125billion galaxies that make up the whole observable Universe. Due to redshift effect it have been measured that the &quot;radius&quot; of the Universe is nearly 13.7 billion light years. I guess that it surpasses all human understanding. But not just that&#039;s the unique interesting thing about the Universe, it has so many.... I haven&#039;t got enough space here to write it down here all, which have been already discovered for now. I just list some of them I&#039;m very interested in. Dark matter and dark energy, expansion rate of the Universe described by the Hubble-constant, supermassive black holes, supernovas, magnetars, pulsars, and other objects. The relative feature of time passing. Satellites around the globe are calibrated by means of the theory of relativity. Velocity and gravity are main reasons for the relativity of time. As now, we are still haven&#039;t got reasonable concept for making gravity understandable with weak and strong interaction, magnetism and electricity. Hopefully, it will be solved perhaps in form of quantum-gravity theory. Finally, last but not least, string theory and theory of EVERYTHING would be the greatest development of science once it has been proven.
After all that, it could be a very exciting journey for me to get in space more than 100kms above sea-level. As I would catch a glimpse of the curvature of Earth, it should make me astonished by the spectacular view of the cosmos.