Cosmos - introduction

  • This page: An introduction to the Cosmos pages
  • Status: Complete 60% [sub pages to add in the next release]
  • First Published: 01 November 2018 onwards

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Polaris Star Trails [Halifax, West Yorkshire - 24 April 1979]

The Cosmos - Overview:

The "word cosmos rather than the word universe implies viewing the universe as a complex and orderly system or entity". [Wikipedia]

Our understanding of the cosmos is improving all the time based on our observations and mathematics. The latter opened led us to quantum mechanics and the possibility of the the concept of the multiverse.

The sections below attempt to bring together some of the key aspects of the universe and how they have evolved over time. The concept of spacetime adds a new diemnsion in mapping beyond our Earthly boundaries.

The Cosmos - Topics & Links to examples

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Universe

The Universe and how it has evolved over 13.8 billion years.

The Universe section will be added in the next release ...

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Galaxy

Key features in the Universe are Galaxies, collections of billions of stars. Already in their second generation and still evoloving.

The Galaxy section will be added in the next release ...
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Stars

The individual stars have their own lifecycle and have created new atomic structures such as carbon from which living things are made..

The Star section will be added in the next release ...

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Solar System

Our own backyard comprises the Sun, planets and asteroids - we have made a few faltering steps in exploring ir. .

The Solar System section will be added in the next release ...

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