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Read how satellite observations of cosmic microwave background can tell us a lot about how the universe formed.
This interactive page allows you to explore the universe and how we measure size, from the incredibly small to the incomprehensibly big.
Cool interactive where you compare objects in the universe to common items like cookies, beach balls and Brussels sprouts.
Wonderful resource about observing the universe through radio,infra-red, visible, ultra-violet and gamma-rays.
What is our universe made of, and why?
Does the theory of relativity imply a closed finite universe? This site tries to explain the theories. Very text heavy!
An article from Physicsworld: Astronomers have spotted for the first time the fingerprint of uranium-138 in an ancient star - and have used it to make the most reliable guess yet of the age of the ...
A brief waltz through string theory to answer the question why our universe has three dimensions
The future of our universe depends a lot on what dark energy is doing. Read this in-depth article examining what will happen and scientists are doing to try and figure it all out.
The Electronic Universe contains materials on sciences from all fields, from physics to geology, as well as 'Javalab' - a collection of JAVA physics applets designed for use as a virtual laboratory.
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