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Big bag is a particle explosion event which eventually forms trillions of planets and stars scattered in various directions.

Well, this time scientists and astronomers have managed to find a relic of the ancient universe, a “fossil cloud”. According to astronomers in Maunakea, Hawaii the discovery was made around the time of the big bang explosion.

Pure and Undefiled Elements

The discovery and early research of this fossil was led by Fred Robert and Michael Murphy from the University of Technology in Melbourne. …


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Before death became familiar in civilization

Black and white

Wrong and right

Sadness and happiness

Has always been an inheritance for the seven levels of the sky

Reveal the unfinished destiny in the retina of reality

In the heart of life,

Life fills a kind of disaster and cracks here and there

Memory and hope are the fuel of every soul

Gave off a black smell of purity affection

Space particles give birth to ambrosia in the dark stars

Unfortunate universe

Complicated world

Witnessed the stupidity of human pride

Drowned, drowned in rhymes

The way of the sea telling stories and the outer space that cried all…


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Mankind’s interest in astronomy has started since ancient cultures. Admiration for beautiful celestial objects such as the stars, planets, moon, and sun has developed over the centuries. Even with all the limitations that existed before, humans still want to know what is in the sky — rather than just enjoying the view.

From observing the sky with the naked eye, to finally finding tools that help observation such as telescopes, astronomy is taking shape into the science we continue to study today.

The beginnings of astronomy

Historically, astronomy is the oldest natural science with its origins from religious beliefs, mythology, cosmology, and so on. In the past, ancient cultures considered celestial objects to be gods and spirits. …


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Scientists have agreed that all the stars in the universe are shrinking and will eventually disappear. Like the sun in our solar system, every second it loses about 4 million tons of mass.

What makes the sun’s mass continue to decrease?

All-Stars Will Fade Away

Well, all scientists agree that the stars in this universe will disappear because the mass continues to decrease. And the only energy in the universe will be black holes. Physicists in the 1980s believed that every galaxy contains at least one supermassive black hole.

This black hole has gravity so strong that light coming into this hole cannot get out or escape from it. Around the black hole, there are materials such as gas and dust, as well as radiation which is very dangerous if we are near it. …


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You may know me

I’m your constant companion

I’m your greatest helper

I’m your heaviest burden

I will push you onward or drag you down to failure

I am at your command

Half the tasks you do can be turned over to me

I’m able to do them quickly and

I’m able to do them the same every time

I am the servant of all great men and women

And, of course, servant of all the failure as well

I’ve made all the great individuals who have ever been great

And I’ve made all the loser, too

I work with all the precision of a…

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