Five Ages of the Universe at Fathom (University of Michigan). ‘Travel through time from the moment of the “Big Bang,” before time and space separated, to a dark, starless universe over 10100 years from now when individual atoms can be larger than our galaxy.
University of Michigan physicist Fred Adams and NASA astronomer Greg Laughlin offer a guided tour on how stars live and die, and expand the scale to include galaxies and the universe as a whole. Adams and Laughlin make it easy to take the imaginative leaps of space and time, from quarks in the early universe, to nucleosynthesis inside stars, the evaporation of galaxies, and the decay of black holes in the distant future.’
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