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Introduction to Nuclides the big bang

Introduction to Nuclides the big bang

Introduction to Nuclides the big bang. The big bang theory www.uwaterloo.ca/~cchieh/cact/nuctek/universe.html Einstein-Wheeler: "Matter tells space how to curve, and space tells matter how to move." 1927 Lemaitre: The universe began with an explosion based on red shift.

By mike_john
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The Frontiers of Physics

The Frontiers of Physics

The Frontiers of Physics. Where we’re going, why, and what’s at the end?. Unification of Fundamental Forces. Electricity. 1864. Magnetism. Electromagnetism. 1971. Light. Electroweak Interaction. Beta-decay. 1976. Weak Interaction. Neutrinos. Standard Model. 1965. Protons. 1973.

By Audrey
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The Expanding Universe!

The Expanding Universe!

The Expanding Universe!. ASTRONOMY 101 HM Honors Project By Semere Sium Professor: Dr. Harold Williams. Inflation. Theory was created in 1980’s by Alan Gurth

By arleen
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Noise Characterization of the SIDECAR ASIC Readout Chip for SNAP

Noise Characterization of the SIDECAR ASIC Readout Chip for SNAP

Noise Characterization of the SIDECAR ASIC Readout Chip for SNAP. Martin Diaz Stanford Linear Accelerator Center August 14, 2008. Our Expanding Universe. The expansion history of the universe can be mapped out What is causing it to accelerate?. Dark Energy.

By emily
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James A. Shifflett Dissertation Presentation For Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics Washington University in St.

James A. Shifflett Dissertation Presentation For Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics Washington University in St.

Extensions of the Einstein-Schr o dinger Non-Symmetric Theory of Gravity. James A. Shifflett Dissertation Presentation For Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics Washington University in St. Louis April 22, 2008 Chairperson: Professor Clifford M. Will. Overview.

By Pat_Xavi
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Cosmology = Big Questions

Cosmology = Big Questions

Cosmology = Big Questions. What is the universe made of How does it evolve How do galaxies, stars and planets form How do they evolve What Laws of physics in extreme conditions What are the origins and properties of the energetic particles reaching the Earth

By Samuel
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Recent advances in physics and astronomy --- our current understanding of the Universe

Recent advances in physics and astronomy --- our current understanding of the Universe

Recent advances in physics and astronomy --- our current understanding of the Universe. Lecture 4: Big Bang, the origin of the Universe. April 23 th , 2003. Universe to Cherokee.

By Mercy
(359 views)

General Relativity Einstein Upsets the Applecart

General Relativity Einstein Upsets the Applecart

General Relativity Einstein Upsets the Applecart. So Far, We Have…. Decided that constant velocity is the “natural” state of things Devised a natural philosophy in which acceleration is the result of forces Unified terrestrial and celestial mechanics & brought order to the Universe.

By keran
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The Last Epoch

The Last Epoch

The Last Epoch. Cosmic Structure Formation. Today we have a matter-dominated universe ruled by the force of gravity. Slight variations in density produces formation regions for stars and galaxies.

By jag
(239 views)

Dark Universe II

Dark Universe II

Dark Universe II. Prof. Lynn Cominsky Dept. of Physics and Astronomy Sonoma State University. Dark Universe – Part II. Is the universe "open" or "closed" ? How does dark energy change our view of the history and future of the universe?.

By manelin
(177 views)

Frontiers in Science #7 Co-evolution of Galaxies and Massive Black Holes in the Universe

Frontiers in Science #7 Co-evolution of Galaxies and Massive Black Holes in the Universe

Frontiers in Science #7 Co-evolution of Galaxies and Massive Black Holes in the Universe. Masayuki Akiyama (Astronomical Institute) 2009/11/25. Today’s lecture. Astronomy, Astrophysics : Big Picture, recent discoveries Astronomy methodology What are galaxies ?

By stephan
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Mini Review: Ocam’s Razor: Start out with simplest assumptions

Mini Review: Ocam’s Razor: Start out with simplest assumptions

Mini Review: Ocam’s Razor: Start out with simplest assumptions Hot Big Bang, Expanding Universe: Only baryonic matter => CMB existence, universe old and large and expanding. CMB too smooth Add non-baryonic matter Galaxies seen early (high 1+z) => CDM

By flavian
(197 views)

Extra Dimensions and the Cosmological Constant Problem

Extra Dimensions and the Cosmological Constant Problem

Extra Dimensions and the Cosmological Constant Problem . Cliff Burgess. Partners in Crime. CC Problem: Y. Aghababaie, J. Cline, C. de Rham, H. Firouzjahi, D. Hoover, S. Parameswaran, F. Quevedo, G. Tasinato, A. Tolley, I. Zavala Phenomenology:

By dusty
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Dark Matter, Dark Energy, How Come Some People Think We Need It and Others Don’t and the Fate of the Universe

Dark Matter, Dark Energy, How Come Some People Think We Need It and Others Don’t and the Fate of the Universe

Dark Matter, Dark Energy, How Come Some People Think We Need It and Others Don’t and the Fate of the Universe. Unseen Influences in the Cosmos. Our goals for learning What do we mean by dark matter and dark energy?. What do we mean by dark matter and dark energy?. Unseen Influences.

By holland
(234 views)

The Milky Way Galaxy

The Milky Way Galaxy

The Milky Way Galaxy. Structure & Evolution. Milky Way’s Structure. Nuclear Bulge in center 12,000 LY wide x 10,000 LY thick Made of old (mostly yellow & red) stars Contains much of the visible mass in the galaxy.

By virgo
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Observational limits on dark energy

Observational limits on dark energy

Observational limits on dark energy . Uros Seljak Zurich/ICTP/Princeton Florence, september 4, 2006. Contents of the universe (from current observations). Baryons (4%) Dark matter (23%) Dark energy: 73% Massive neutrinos: 0.1% Spatial curvature: very close to 0.

By shandi
(79 views)

How can CMB help constraining dark energy?

How can CMB help constraining dark energy?

How can CMB help constraining dark energy?. Licia Verde ICREA & Institute of space Sciences (ICE CSIC-IEEC). The standard cosmological model.  CDM model. . Spatially flat Universe. Power-law, primordial power spectrum. Only 6 parameters: WMAP5yr analysis. recombination.

By vartouhi
(93 views)

Quantum-Limited Imaging Detectors: Presentation Template

Quantum-Limited Imaging Detectors: Presentation Template

Don Figer, Rochester Institute of Technology Quantum-Limited Imaging Detectors Symposium Rochester Institute of Technology March 2, 2009. Quantum-Limited Imaging Detectors: Presentation Template. Instructions.

By odessa
(121 views)

Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Theory vs. Observation

Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Theory vs. Observation

Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Theory vs. Observation. TASI 2009 Michael S. Turner 4 June 2009. 0.07 MeV. 0.2 MeV. 0.01 MeV. 1 MeV. D leads. 10 MeV. NSE, n/p~1/6. Thermal Equilibrium. BBN. BBN Reaction Network: the big 12. He-4 Prediction (95%): n ↔ p

By fred
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The Expanding Universe!

The Expanding Universe!

The Expanding Universe!. ASTRONOMY 101 HM Honors Project By Semere Sium Professor: Dr. Harold Williams. Inflation. Theory was created in 1980’s by Alan Gurth

By fionan
(123 views)

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