1. Universe Today – How to Know Once and For All if the Universe Began With a Bang or a Bounce
According to the Big Bang cosmological model, our Universe began 13.8 billion years ago when all the matter and energy in the cosmos began expanding. This period of “cosmic inflation” is believed to be what accounts for the large-scale structure of the Universe and why space and the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) appear to be largely uniform in all directions.
However, to date, no evidence has been discovered that can definitely prove the cosmic inflation scenario or rule out alternative theories. But thanks to a new study by a team of astronomers from Harvard University and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), scientists may have a new means of testing one of the key parts of the Big Bang cosmological model.
2. Universe Today – Heralding the 2018 Harvest Moon
3. Universe Today – Elon Musk Reveals who the First Lunar Tourist Will Be
4. Universe Today – To Avoid Vision Problems in Space, Astronauts Will Need Some Kind of Artificial Gravity
5. Universe Today – The Closest Planet Ever Discovered Outside the Solar System Could be Habitable With a Dayside Ocean
6. Universe Today – Sunspot Solar Observatory has been Shut Down by the FBI and Nobody’s Saying Why
7. Universe Today – New Video Shows Construction Beginning on the World’s Largest Telescope
8. Universe Today – India Shows off the Spacesuit its Astronauts Will be Using in 2022
9. Brown Space Man – Alyssa Carson: Journey to Becoming a Future Mars Astronaut
10. Nextbigfuture – The first Flight-ready SpaceX Raptor engines have probably been built
11. Nextbigfuture – SpaceX changed the engines for the SpaceX BFS. They are all using non-vacuum engine nozzles.
This reduces the amount of payload that will be taken to space in the first version. It seems to reduce it from 150 tons to 100 tons.
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