Cosmic Inflation

the Pisces-Cetus Supercluster Complex

The cosmos, in its boundless expanse, harbors structures that defy human comprehension. Among these celestial titans, the Pisces-Cetus Supercluster Complex reigns supreme, dwarfing even the renowned Laniakea Supercluster, our galactic address. A Colossal Fabric Spanning Billions of Light-Years: Imagine a filament of galaxies, a celestial thread woven across a staggering 1 billion light-years. This, in […]

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LOCAL GROUP

Nestled within the vast expanse of the cosmos, the Local Group stands as a fascinating ensemble of galaxies, with the Milky Way taking center stage in this cosmic ballet. This group, a celestial community spanning about 3 megaparsecs, or roughly 10 million light-years, captivates astronomers and stargazers alike with its intricate structure and dynamic interactions.

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What is Cosmological Constant – (Λ)

Einstein introduced the cosmological constant into his equations as a repulsive force to counteract gravity, aiming to describe a static universe. However, in 1929, Edwin Hubble’s discovery of the expanding nature of the universe challenged Einstein’s assumptions, leading him to regard the cosmological constant as his “greatest blunder.”

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What is Cold Dark Matter?

Cold dark matter (CDM) is a theoretical form of matter that does not interact electromagnetically but exerts a gravitational influence on visible matter. Unlike ordinary matter, such as protons and electrons, which are composed of elementary particles known as baryons, cold dark matter consists of non-baryonic particles that remain undiscovered.

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Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) in the Big Bang Theory: Origins, People Associated, and Current Status

Note- This Article is a continuation of The Big Bang Theory: A Brief Chronological Account of the Origin of the Universe Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) holds great importance in our understanding of the early universe and the Big Bang theory. Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) is a unique state of matter that played a crucial role in the early

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The Inflationary Epoch: Unveiling the Expansion of the Universe in the Big Bang Theory

Note- This Article is a continuation of The Big Bang Theory: A Brief Chronological Account of the Origin of the Universe The Big Bang theory offers a comprehensive framework for understanding the origins and evolution of the universe. Central to this theory is the concept of the inflationary epoch, a phase of rapid expansion that occurred

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Primordial Singularity

Exploring the Primordial Singularity: Unveiling the Origins of the Universe

According to this widely accepted theory, the universe commenced with a singularity—an infinitesimally dense and scorching point—roughly 13.8 billion years ago.

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