Big Bang & Black Holes
Your author decided to write this book about the Big Bang & Black Holes after attending a Caltech Associates dinner in which Dr. Sean Carroll gave a dynamic talk entitled: The Origin of the Universe and the Arrow of Time. During his lecture Dr. Carroll mentioned the Baby Universes concept of Stephen Hawking, a theory described in this book.
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ExtraSolar System Planets
Galaxies in Our Universe
Einsteins Special Relativity Theory
Companion Star to Sun
CERN European Center
Appendix A Cosmological Glossary
abundance accelerate angular astronomers atoms baby universe baryons Big Bang nucleosynthesis Big Bang theory billion CERN cloud CMBR COBE collapse collisions component coordinate core cosmic microwave background cosmological constant cosmological principle cosmologists curvature dark energy detected deuterium discovered discovery distance early universe Earth effect Einstein elliptical emitted energy density equations event horizon evidence evolution exist exoplanets expansion extrasolar planets fluctuations galactic giant Gliese gravitational Hawking radiation helium Hubble Hubble's law hydrogen inertial inflation interactions interstellar invariant mass known Lorentz transformation massive measurements metric Microwave Background Radiation momentum moving neutrons nucleosynthesis object parameters particles photons physicists physics planet orbiting predicted primordial quantum quasars redshift reference frame relativistic result scale Schwarzschild scientists simulations singularity solar system Space Telescope spacetime special relativity spectrum speed of light spiral galaxies star formation stellar structure supermassive black hole supernovae temperature velocity WMAP zero