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    and theories that will be summarised are how the Big Bang theory had created the very first and lightest elements in our universe, and also how red giants have contributed to creating more elements such as carbon, nitrogen and oxygen whilst the supernovas had contributed to creating elements heavier than iron such as Uranium and Gold. Another major theory that can be summarised from the report is that Dmitri Mendeleev had made himself a major breakthrough with his discovery of the periodic table…

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    A supernova takes place when, first, nuclear fusion stops, then the layers of the sun fall inward towards the iron core at light speed and finally bounce off the core and explode. (Stellar Death) During nuclear fission chain reactions take place. “A chain reaction…

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    holes. But the same year Karl Schwarzschild proved that theory correct. And people have performed more and more experiments to enhance our understanding of black holes. In 2015 a star 25x the size of our sun was supposed to explode into a huge supernova but it got crushed under it's own weight and became a new black hole and that is the only black hole we have seen form in record. Our universe would be really different if we didn't have black holes so i'm going to tell you about how the…

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    The myth of the Ecological Indian, has influenced historians’ beliefs for centuries. The thought that Native American’s were a part of nature, never exploiting their resources, a primitive species, a peaceful people, is a stereotype that is proven wrong by the paramount chiefdom of Cahokia. The stratified community, of what was in its day, a powerful unprecedented empire in North America, calls into question who Native Americans were believed to be. Cahokia, a Mississippian culture, is one of…

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    Galileo continued to further his argument with evidence of observable comets and supernovas, which show that the sunspots are not an isolated event, and that many imperfection can be observed with new the new tools of his time. Galileo also points out that the sunspots are a recurring phenomenon. This makes them constant proof of the imperfect…

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    Cosmos Episode 13

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    Cosmos episode 13, “Unafraid of the dark”, begins by talking about the vast amount of scrolls and information that was kept in the library of Alexandria. Many of the books and scrolls were lost when the mob attacked and destroyed the library. This is shocking because of all the history of Ancient times that he's been lost due to the destruction of these books. Although we lost many discoveries, we as humans continue to learn new information about the universe. This begins the discovery of…

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    focus on any astronomer’s agenda, and possibly the only objects that exist above us. However, stars are in fact the most tedious aspect of astronomy. There is an abundance of other astronomical phenomena such as supernovas, for example the vibrant hues of the impressive Crab Nebula. A supernova is the majestic explosion that occurs when a giant star reaches its final days, exploding and exhibiting an eternal fireworks show for all viewers in our galaxy. Nebulae are the finest form of art in the…

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    Stars Life Cycle

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    interstellar dust (mostly carbon or silicon) and hydrogen gas floating around in space. This gas can be floating for millions of years until the gas and dust distributed by the gravity of a phenomena such as a streaking comet, a shockwave from a nearby supernova, or colliding galaxies.…

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    polish then you may upload trinkets shine in your nails. Even as for its personal sample you are loose to decide its type. A few examples of promenade nail the fave is bright Turquoise, Royal Blue metal with smooth color, Floral, sweet green, Gold Supernova Glitter smooth, Blue Ribbon promenade, and Lime inexperienced. This is all approximately promenade nail…

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    Black holes were, an amazing star that everyone wants to know more information about. Black holes can be dangerous, but all depends on how big the star was inside. Black holes form in, an astonishing way, and will effect the space around you. Black holes are extinct stars that explodes into a black hole. Also, Black holes have layers, named, an event horizon. Which, means when the force of gravity is barely sufficient amount to bring light back, and stop from light being put in the black…

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