our universe 04: origin and expansion of the universe - Know Your Worth Quotes

The Universe is the most complex thing in the known universe. From what we know, it is the result of the combined efforts of billions of galaxies, galaxies that are billions of billions of galaxies, in fact, it is also just one big giant blob; it is that lump of matter that is our universe.

The Universe began more than 13.7 billion years ago when a supernova exploded in what is now the Milky Way galaxy. The explosion produced a lot of energy and caused a lot of mass to be flung out into space. The explosion’s energy and the resulting mass, which was about 10,000 times the mass of our sun, collided with the gas and dust that was found orbiting the galaxy.

The galaxy was ripped apart and flung into space. We now know that this event was the birth of our universe. After the explosion one galaxy was ripped apart, but that galaxy was then split into two galaxies. It was this splitting of the galaxy that created dark matter, the stuff that fills the space between galaxies.

Dark matter is the stuff that holds galaxies together. It would seem that this is one of the earliest examples of this, although we are still learning more about it. We now know that dark matter is made up of the material that our galaxy (and other galaxies in the universe) was slammed into. This is called the “collision” or collision of stars and gas. It would seem that this is the first instance of a star and gas being flung into space in a collision.

The best thing about this is that you can use this information to help people understand how galaxies form. There is an entire field of astronomy that uses this information to help scientists gain a better understanding of how our galaxy and others form.

If you have ever heard of how galaxies form, you know that they are huge balls of gas and stars. And when two galaxies collide, they send out a lot of gas and stars that then form a bigger ball. But what happens when two big balls of gas, which collide? The theory is that this is supposed to form a dwarf galaxy. But I’m here to tell you that a dwarf galaxy is a galaxy that’s too small to support a star or any other kind of life.

A dwarf galaxy can be much smaller than an ordinary galaxy. One of the biggest dwarf galaxies in the universe is a group of galaxies that are just a few hundred thousand light-years across (or so astronomers would like to believe). It’s only because of this that they’re considered to be dwarf galaxies. But because of how small they are, it makes it very difficult to observe them.

Well, there is a way we can observe them. We can use them as a giant telescope to study the universe as a whole. The Hubble Space Telescope, for example, is a space-based telescope that can take pictures of the universe every few months. The last time the telescope was used to take pictures of the universe was in late 1999, or so we were told. That would have been a few months before the Big Bang. But that time has passed.

We could say with some confidence that the universe that we know of is only about 4.5 billion years old. But that includes all the time we have to observe the universe, which is probably closer to 15 billion years. So the universe is a little bigger that we can see, which is why we can see the early universe. We are not, however, infinite. The universe is getting bigger and we are on the cusp of being able to observe all of it.

We can see this because the cosmic background radiation (CBR) is a mixture of all the stuff that makes up our universe. We know that the CBR isn’t all there because we can’t see the CBR or see any of the stars. So what we can see is just a tiny part of all the stuff that makes up the universe.

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