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Physics ERT: Discovering the Solar System

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Physics ERT on the document The End. Was graded an A on this document. Relates to how the universe is predicted to end.

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Physics ERT: Discovering the Solar System
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Physical cosmology Physics Astronomy Big Bang Dark energy Metric expansion of space Hubble's law Age of the universe Inflation Cosmological constant Ultimate fate of the universe Redshift Albert Einstein
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Physical cosmology Physics Astronomy Big Bang Dark energy Metric expansion of space Hubble's law Age of the universe Inflation Cosmological constant Ultimate fate of the universe Redshift Albert Einstein
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It applies mathematics, physics and chemistry to assist in explaining the origin of those objects and phenomena and their evolution. Cosmological constant- Usually denoted by the Greek capital letter lambda Λ, the cosmological constant is the value of the energy density of the vacuum of space. In 1997, Albert Einstein introduced this as an addition to his theory of general relativity. Dark matter- Dark matter is a non-luminous material that does not emit energy. It is proposed to exist in space and takes either one of two forms: weakly interacting particles (cold dark matter) or high energy randomly moving particles which were created soon after the Big Bang (hot dark matter). Doppler shift/Effect- The Doppler shift is known as the apparent change i...
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