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The evolution of our universe in a short animation
posted April 17 2011 20:17.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

After the big bang, about 13,7 billion years ago, the universe was too hot for atoms to be formed. Some 400.000, it cooled down enough for the first atoms to be formed, and the event caused a pulse of light, which scientists measure today as the cosmic microwave background. And then, the universe went dark for millions of years... Watch the video.

[Link: space.com]
Tags: chemistry   science   space related   history   unsolved mystery   

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