Infinity and Cosmology
The first thought about infinity presumably occurred in someone who was watching the starry night sky. Cosmology and astronomy are closely connected with the infinite. Below you'll find all articles relevant to cosmology.
Andromeda: How to come close to infinity.
Astronomy: What is that, anyway?
Big Bang: How it all began.
Dark energy: Why the universe is still expanding.
Dark matter: The puzzle of the too-quickly-rotating galaxies.
Distances: How to measure outer space?
End: What will happen to the Earth?
Entropy: Measure of disorderliness.
Event horizons: Limits of space-time.
Extraterrestrials: Where they live and why they are still not here.
Fingers of God: Unfortunately not a proof of the existence of God.
Great attractor: A whirlpool in the universe.
Background radiation: From bird droppings to the Big Bang echo.
Hubble volume: Limits of observability.
Speed of light: Measure of all things.
Multiverse: Are we not alone?
Olber's paradox: Why is it dark at night?
Parallel worlds: Astonishing consequence of infinity.
Pioneer: Message to infinity.
Quasars: The most distant and the oldest objects.
Relativity theory: Expanded time, curved space.
Rhodan, Perry: Career of a US politician.
Black holes: Tunnel into infinity.
Singularity: The end of the laws of nature.
Mirror: The astronomers' most important helpers.
Tannhauser Gate: Beyond the shoulder of Orion...
Telescope: The four most important ones.
Universe: What comprises everything and how everything will end.
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