European Space Agency’s Planck space telescope looked back at the afterglow of the Big Bang, and those results have now added about 80 million years to the universe’s age, putting it at 13.81 billion years old.

European Space Agency’s Planck space telescope looked back at the afterglow of the Big Bang, and those results have now added about 80 million years to the universe’s age, putting it at 13.81 billion years old.

La quinta dimensión

La quinta dimensión

Comparing Sizes of the Largest Objects in the known universe - Take a journey through the cosmos, and see some of the largest objects that we've discovered.

Comparing Sizes of the Largest Objects in the known universe - Take a journey through the cosmos, and see some of the largest objects that we've discovered.

The possible outcomes to the fate of the Universe rest on the 95% of it we have currently no idea about: dark matter and dark energy

The possible outcomes to the fate of the Universe rest on the 95% of it we have currently no idea about: dark matter and dark energy

How cold is the coldest place in the Universe, that we know of? What's the lowest man-made temperature ever achieved? And just how many zeroes are needed to express 'absolute hot', after which the fundamentals of conventional physics start to break...

How cold is the coldest place in the Universe, that we know of? What's the lowest man-made temperature ever achieved? And just how many zeroes are needed to express 'absolute hot', after which the fundamentals of conventional physics start to break...

"Joules of the Universe". Diagram depicting all energy levels in the universe, beginning with a single photon, then progressing up to the energy of a hydrogen atom, the energy of an atomic bomb, the yearly output of the sun, and finally the total energy output of the universe. Memorable steps along the way include the energy in a ton of coal, and the energy of a bumblebee traveling at half the speed of light.

"Joules of the Universe". Diagram depicting all energy levels in the universe, beginning with a single photon, then progressing up to the energy of a hydrogen atom, the energy of an atomic bomb, the yearly output of the sun, and finally the total energy output of the universe. Memorable steps along the way include the energy in a ton of coal, and the energy of a bumblebee traveling at half the speed of light.

Stellar Evolution

Stellar Evolution

My theory, from my experience. Take it with a grain of salt or however you wish. This is how something can come out of “nothing”...

My theory, from my experience. Take it with a grain of salt or however you wish. This is how something can come out of “nothing”...

Doc. RNDr. Petr Kulhánek, CSc, FEL ČVUT, Astrofyzika 03 - YouTube

Doc. RNDr. Petr Kulhánek, CSc, FEL ČVUT, Astrofyzika 03 - YouTube

Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)

Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)

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