Stars and Galaxies…
According to supporters of the theory- The Big Bang Theory – Also created the stars and galaxies from the bang.
According to this theory- A egg ” comic egg ”
Made up of dust and gas – containing all the matter in the universe exploded this explosion occurred 15-20 billion years ago.
The energy from the big was so big and powerful that matter lighter then air remained suspended in space.
Just as the energy from an explosion releases particles that remained in the atmosphere.
Eventually, the force of the gravity exerted itself and the matter was drawn, along with helium and hydrogen gases, into dark cloud-like formations called nebulae.
The gaseous matter becomes compressed, and the colliding of the compressed particles produced heat.
It has created the basic atoms of our lightest gases from which the stars were born,
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A star developed when the temperature reached 15- million degrees centigrade- the temperature at which the nuclear reaction called fusion begins.
The lifetime of a star ranges from a few hundred years to billions of years.
All stars eventually use up their supply of hydrogen, which ends the fusion reaction and leaves only gravity.
The compaction without the energy source at the center force the outer layers to swell as they become cooler.
The Red Giant stage which makes the beginning of the death of the star the outer layers are cast off in a process called the nova, the explosive release is called the super nova.
The universe is a very organized system, of grouped objects separated by great expanses of space.
Each galaxy belongs to a larger cluster or super cluster!
The MILKY WAY is composed of at least 100 billion stars
and enough matter, in the form of dust and gas, to create millions of additional suns.
( Nebula ) Which means-
The explosion results in clouds, dust and gas, referred to as a nebula with the core of the star’s being left after the release of the outer layers.
The core collapses under remaining gravity into a dwarf star.
If the collapse is more significant from a more massive star, a very dense star called a neutron star will be created.
These stars spin at a very fast rate and are nicknamed pulsars as a result of energy released from their poles as they spin.
The most massive stars, which are said to be is the black hole – remains of the giant stars that have gravitational fields so strong that not even light escapes- from them contract indefinitely.
The Hubble Satellite, let us see so many beautiful things it has created, Things we never seen before.
Take a look at these breathtaking pictures, of nebula and what it has created in our solar system!
Here are some hubble space photos of are solar system created by dust,gas,and clouds in our galaxy!