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Some of these are the microwave leftovers from the hot Big Bang over 13 billion years ago, others are the photons produced in distant stars and innumerable astrophysical events strewn across the cosmos.
Even if life is built out of different stuff in different places in the cosmos, that might not matter.
We may spend much of our time poring over data and digging into the language of math and physics to describe the cosmos, but we also get the unique opportunity to travel to some of the darkest corners of the world for our research.
Galileo’s trial centered on his book Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, in which three characters discuss the pros and cons of the Aristotelian cosmos, with Earth at the center, and the sun-centered solar system advocated by Copernicus.
The universe’s contraction recharges the energy field, which heats up the cosmos and vaporizes its atoms.
The universe is expanding at an accelerating clip, and that evolution, physicists expect, will lead the cosmos to a conclusion.
As an astrophysicist, he studies the interactions of mass and energy within the cosmos.
Anytime astronomers figure out a new way of looking for magnetic fields in ever more remote regions of the cosmos, inexplicably, they find them.
Any axions produced recently in the sun couldn’t be the dark matter that has shaped the cosmos since primordial times.
This union of all mysteries—the mystery of the Cosmos and the mystery of Fate—oppresses human reason.

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