MULTIVERSE THEORY
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  MULTIVERSE THEORY                ‘Multiverse Theory’ is a hypothetical and very mysterious theory. This partly explains the hypothesises like Time slip and Time travel. This theory tells us that there are many more universes where in every universe there are different laws of physics and different dimensions, or it is also possible that time does not exist for other universes, and we can only think about the possibilities, not discover them in real life. It is also possible that in some universes, gravity is a powerful for ..read more
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THE BIG BANG THEORY
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  THE BIG BANG THEORY         In 1931, Georges Lemaitre put forth a hypothesis which he named as ‘The Hypothesis of The Primeval Atom’. Later, this hypothesis was named as ‘The Big Bang Theory.’ This theory explains the formation of the universe. According to this theory, everything in this universe was compressed into one single atom which was infinitely dense and had infinite mass. When inside that atom many quantum fluctuations took place and it gone through a very massive explosion resulting the birth of our universe. At the beginning of the universe only ..read more
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BLACK HOLE INFORMATION PARADOX
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        As we know now, that if any type of matter goes inside the black hole it can never come back. Then this means that once the information will go inside a black hole, it will also never come back. Well, according to the theory of conservation of information “In this Universe, no information can be created and neither it can be destroyed. Rather, already all information is present in the universe in the form of matter.” Then after information enters the black hole, how it can be destroyed? Here only, one paradox is created, which we call as “The Black Hole In ..read more
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Hawking Radiation
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        Stephen Hawking thought that if black hole is consuming matter repeatedly then it should affect it size and mass also. If this does not happen, then this breaks the rule of entropy. Black holes rotate and spin around itself. But an object which is rotating and consuming a large amount of matter and its shape and size is constant this sounds unbelievable. So, in late 1970’s, Stephen Hawking proposed that the size of a black hole’s event horizon will be constant when no matter is been consumed and if matter has been consumed it will increase but will never d ..read more
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Black Holes
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  O n 27th November 1783, a scientist named John Michell put forth his theory of ‘Dark stars’. Newton’s Corpuscular of light says that light is actually made up of small particles which travel in a straight line. So, Michell thought that because of star’s gravitational force these particles of light would have been slowed and by calculating the speed of that particle of light at that time, we can also calculate the mass of that star. Then he had a question that if a star has an enormously powerful gravitational pull that its escape velocity will be more than the speed of light ..read more
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Time In Astronomycal World
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        There are three proved dimensions which we feel and observe. The fourth dimension is said to be time. Time is also an interesting and mysterious. It is believed that time was not existing before the formation of the Universe. It came into an existence with the formation of the Universe. Time is continuous, it does not stop in any condition. We are adapted to the speed of time on Earth. Time near highly gravitational objects like black holes or super massive black holes is slower than usual. Imagine; if you have a friend who is of same age of yours and you ..read more
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Theory Of General And Special Relativity
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  General Relativity:       General Relativity is a theory of gravity developed by Albert Einstein in the early 20th century. It describes gravity as a curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of massive objects. In other words, according to General Relativity, massive objects cause a distortion in the fabric of spacetime, and objects moving in the vicinity of these massive objects will follow the curvature of spacetime.       One of the key predictions of General Relativity is that the path of light is bent by massive objects. This w ..read more
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The Black Holes Explained In Detail
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  O n 27th November 1783, a scientist named John Michell put forth his theory of ‘Dark stars’. Newton’s Corpuscular of light says that light is actually made up of small particles which travel in a straight line. So, Michell thought that because of star’s gravitational force these particles of light would have been slowed and by calculating the speed of that particle of light at that time, we can also calculate the mass of that star. Then he had a question that if a star has an enormously powerful gravitational pull that its escape velocity will be more than the speed of light ..read more
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SUPERNOVA
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A supernova is a powerful and dramatic astronomical event that occurs when a star has reached the end of its life and explodes. The explosion of a supernova releases a tremendous amount of energy, which can briefly outshine an entire galaxy. There are several types of supernovae, but they all have one thing in common: they are incredibly powerful and release an enormous amount of energy. The energy is released in the form of light, heat, and radiation. The most common type of supernova is called a Type II supernova. This occurs when a star has exhausted all of its nuclear fuel and its core co ..read more
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STARS
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 Stars are large celestial objects that are made up of hot, glowing gases held together by their own gravity. They are the most basic building blocks of the universe, and they play a crucial role in the evolution of galaxies and the creation of elements necessary for life. Stars are formed in giant clouds of gas and dust called nebulae. These clouds are rich in hydrogen and helium, the two most abundant elements in the universe. When the density and temperature of the gas in the nebula reach a certain point, gravity takes over and causes the gas to collapse in on itself. As the gas colla ..read more
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