Big Bang

Alma Scientists Uncover The Mystery Of Early Massive Galaxies Running On Empty

Early massive galaxies--those that formed in the three billion years following the Big Bang--should have contained large amounts of cold hydrogen gas, the fuel required to make stars. But scientists observing the early Universe with the Atacama...
Related topics: Galaxies, Space, Hydrogen

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Uncovering The Mystery Of Early Massive Galaxies Running On Empty

Early massive galaxies—those that formed in the 3 billion years following the Big Bang—should have contained large amounts of cold hydrogen gas, the fuel required to make stars. But scientists observing the early universe with the Atacama Large...
Related topics: Space, Hydrogen

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Cosmic Dawn Holds The Answers To Many Of Astronomy's Greatest Questions

Thanks to the most advanced telescopes, astronomers today can see what objects looked like 13 billion years ago, roughly 800 million years after the Big Bang. Unfortunately, they are still unable to pierce the veil of the cosmic Dark Ages, a period...
Related topics: Space, Telescopes

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Theoretical Physicists Think Humans Are Screwing Up The Universe’s Plan

The universe started with a Big Bang. Everything that was ever going to be anything was compacted into a tiny ball of whatever-ness and then it exploded outward and the universe begin expanding. At least, that’s one way of looking at it. But...
Related topics: Physics

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This Cyclic Model Of The Universe Has Cosmologists Rethinking The Big Bang

Meet the Big Crunch: In this theory on the origins of the universe, the Big Bang was not the beginning, but a repeating pattern of expansion and contraction.

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Scientists Want To ‘listen’ To The Big Bang So They Can Unravel Its Mysteries

Exactly what happened at the beginning of the universe, 14 billion years ago, is one of the greatest mysteries in physics – there’s no simple way to probe it. That’s because, in its early stages, the universe was filled with a dense plasma –...
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Wild New Theory Says The Big Bang Wasn’t The Beginning

The prevailing theory on the origin of our universe goes like this: about 13.7 billion years ago a single particle exploded. The resultant blast created an ever-expanding universe that, eventually, became home to the planet we call Earth. The Big...
Related topics: Space, Physics

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Cosmic Dawn Occurred 250 To 350 Million Years After Big Bang

A new study suggests that the NASA James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), scheduled to launch in November, will be sensitive enough to observe the birth of galaxies directly.
Related topics: Space, NASA, Telescopes

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Excuse Me, What Just Happened? Resilience Is Tough When Your Failure Is Due To A 'sequence Of...

There was no big bang – and it could happen to you Feature  When designing systems that our businesses will rely on, we do so with resilience in mind.…

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Axions Could Be The Fossil Of The Universe Researchers Have Been Waiting For

Finding the hypothetical particle axion could mean finding out for the first time what happened in the Universe a second after the Big Bang, suggests a new study published in Physical Review D on June 7.
Related topics: Fossils, Paleontology, Physics

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Quark-gluon Plasma Flows Like Water, According To New Study

What does quark-gluon plasma—the hot soup of elementary particles formed a few microseconds after the Big Bang—have in common with tap water? Scientists say it's the way it flows.

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Alma Discovers The Most Ancient Galaxy With Spiral Morphology

Analyzing data obtained with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), researchers found a galaxy with a spiral morphology by only 1.4 billion years after the Big Bang. This is the most ancient galaxy of its kind ever observed. The...
Related topics: Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Most Ancient Galaxy With Spiral Morphology Discovered

Analyzing data obtained with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), researchers found a galaxy with a spiral morphology by only 1.4 billion years after the Big Bang. This is the most ancient galaxy of its kind ever observed. The...
Related topics: Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Why Nasa Is Building A Gigantic Telescope On The Far Side Of The Moon

Following the Big Bang, our budding Universe slowly cooled, and the first atoms took shape. Gravity gradually pulled on clumps of hydrogen and helium gas, forming the earliest stars. This era, lasting a few hundred million years prior to the...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Telescopes, Moon, Hydrogen, Helium

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The Amazing Story Behind The Making Of Hublot’s $422,000 All-sapphire Watch

Hublot's CEO talks about the technical challenge behind the Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire watch, which is made almost entirely from sapphire.

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Simulating The Universe A Trillionth Of A Second After The Big Bang

The Big Bang remains the best way to explain what happened at the beginning of the Universe.   However, the incredible energies flowing during the early part of the bang are almost incomprehensive to our everyday experience.  Luckily, computers...

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The Debris Cloud From A Supernova Shows An Imprint Of The Actual Explosion

Computer models are continuing to play an increasing role in scientific discovery.  Everything from the first moments after the Big Bang to potential for life to form on other planets has been the target of some sort of computer model.  Now...
Related topics: Supernova, Scientific Discoveries, Space

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Revealing Nano Big Bang: Scientists Observe The First Milliseconds Of Crystal Formation

Scientists recruited a world-leading microscope to capture atomic-resolution, high-speed images of gold atoms self-organizing, falling apart, and then reorganizing many times before settling into a stable, ordered crystal.
Related topics: Microscopes

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Astrophysicists Simulate Microscopic Clusters From The Big Bang

The very first moments of the Universe can be reconstructed mathematically even though they cannot be observed directly. Physicists from the Universities of Göttingen and Auckland (New Zealand) have greatly improved the ability of complex computer...
Related topics: Astrophysics, Physics

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Five Myths About The Big Bang

The whole universe was packed together in an infinitely small point, then it exploded, and the entire mass that made up the universe was sent out into space.

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