The image provided by the National Science Foundation shows a timeline of the universe. (
NOTE: Today we share a guest post on cosmology from one of our top non-theistic commenters, Paul Rimmer. Tomorrow, we'll post a response from Fr. Andrew ...
This multi-frequency all-sky image of the microwave sky has been composed using data from Planck covering the electromagnetic spectrum from 30 GHz to 857 ...
Did Cosmic Inflation Really Jump-Start the Universe? (Kavli Hangout)
Scientists glimpse most distant supermassive black hole in the known universe
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Gravitational waves offer glimpse into the past – but will we ever catch ripples from the Big Bang?
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The distant Universe, as viewed here through the plane of the Milky Way, consists of stars and galaxies, as well as opaque gas and dust, going back as far ...
Dark Matter: The Big Bang's Missing Link
New research shows the universe may be one giant hologram
National Geographic: First Glimpse of the Hidden Cosmos
A 'Living Dead' Star That Could Shed Light on the Early Universe (Kavli Roundtable)
Astronomers move closer to first glimpse at universe's 'cosmic dawn
The most violent events since the Big Bang itself
Stephen Hawking And 32 Top Physicists Just Signed a Heated Letter on The Universe's Origin Sh
Magellan Baade telescope and CMB illustration
The physicist believes the Big Bang was the formation of what we now regard as time
We may have just, for the first time ever, caught a tantalizing glimpse of a parallel universe bumping against our own. Scientists say that signals from the ...
This artist concept shows one of the universe's first stars. The massive blue star is embedded within filaments of gas and dust, while the cosmic microwave ...
The Father of the Big Bang Theory
Astronomers Discover A Vast Cosmic Pileup of Ancient Galaxies
Hubble Space Telescope view of a very massive cluster of galaxies, MACS J0416.1
Universe has 2 trillion galaxies, astronomers say | Science | The Guardian
Singularity and the birth of the Early Universe
Instead of springing into existence, the expanding universe may have been preceded by a contraction
Icarus is the farthest individual star ever seen, NASA says.
Farthest-Ever Confirmed Galaxy Offers Glimpse Of Early Universe
Exploding into life, sending out ripples that would last for aeons
This artist's rendering shows the universe's first, massive, blue stars embedded in gaseous filaments
Cosmic Calendar from the Cosmos - The history of the universe, compressed into one year in order to make it comprehensible. On this scale, humans occupy ...
Webb looking back to big bang
An artist's rendering of the M87 black hole. Image credit: Gemini Observatory/AURA/Lynette Cook.
Illustration of galaxy with jets from a supermassive black hole. ESA/Hubble, CC BY-SA
This area shows almost no signs of cosmic matter, meaning no stars, planets, solar systems or clouds of cosmic dust. Researchers couldn't even find dark ...
Illustration of the depth by which Hubble imaged galaxies in prior Deep Field initiatives, in
Bright light in the distance: Artist impression of galaxy CR7
In August of 2007 astronomers located a gigantic hole in the universe. This empty space, stretching nearly a billion light-years across, is devoid of any ...
New universe simulation prompts breakthrough discoveries in astrophysics
The birth of the universe might not have been as violent as previously thought. According
We could be getting close to knowing everything we may ever know about certain traits of
Gamma-ray bursts (illustration) are the brightest explosions in the Universe
The Eye of God~~Dust and the Helix Nebula ~ Dust makes this cosmic eye look red. The eerie Spitzer Space Telescope image shows infrared radiation from the ...
The most distant galaxy yet found (inset) lies at a
Chronology of the Universe. The Big Bang seconds The universe begins with a cataclysm that generates space and time, as well as all the matter and energy ...
Scientists glimpse universe before the Big Bang
Age of Uncertainty - New Full Documentary (2017) - Time, Cosmology, Quantum Physics and Philosophy
Cosmic Bulletins: Two Major Discoveries Rock Science
This Ancient Stardust May Throw Off the Entire Cosmic Timeline
Before the supervoid was found, scientists were stumped by the huge “Cold Spot” that marked its location, which seemed to defy the basic.
A glimpse of a new universe?
Our universe, according to Einstein's theories, is around 13.8 billion years old and formed
Supernova Exploding Star Big Bang Theory Revisited
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Cosmologists Find 'Tell-Tale' Energy Pattern In The Cosmic Background, Confirming The
Professor Stephen Hawking believes that before the Big Bang 3.7 billion years ago, time and
The Fate of the Universe › Theories on How the Cosmos Will End
An artist's conception of what the Universe might look like as it forms stars for the first time. While we don't yet have a direct picture, the new indirect ...
Our Universe is expanding (Credit: Mehau Kulyk/Science Photo Library)
'The baby pictures of the Universe': Hubble captures images of the earliest galaxies | Daily Mail Online
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At a 2016 convention hosted by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, theoretical physicist Lawrence M. Krauss spoke about scientists' attempts to look back ...
Swift detects gamma rays but also captures exploding stars, like this one
Multiverse gets real with glimpse of big bang ripples
Everyone knows that something is screwy with the way we visualize the cosmos. Theories of its origins screech to a halt when they reach the very event of ...
Abell 370: Galaxy Cluster Gravitational Lens. “
Faint Portraits of First Galaxies Shed Light on Cosmic Dawn
Astronomers Glimpse Cosmic Dawn, When the Stars Switched on
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