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  1. A warm welcome to the new NetWeather Astronomy & Cosmology thread. This thread has been designed to encompass all aspects of astronomy for all levels of expertise, from a casual interest to the 'would-be Stephen Hawkins'! So please feel free to browse and ask any questions you might have, and I'm sure there will be plenty of members ready to discuss the answers. There are a whole raft of resources available on the internet so I'll post a few links below, and feel free to add your own links in what is a diverse and fascinating field of study. http://www.eso.org/public/ http://www.nasa
  2. The universe began with the big bang (Some may think others way of the beginning of the universe). But the universe has to end one day? Or will just go on forever? There are some predictions about the fate of the universe. 1.Big freeze This scenario is generally considered to be the most likely,as it occurs if the universe continues expanding as it has been. Over a time scale on the order of 1014 years or less, existing stars burn out, stars cease to be created, and the universe goes dark.Over a much longer time scale in the eras following this, the galaxy evaporates as the stellar remnan
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