Secrets are wonderful, perhaps sinister and unforgiving, and haunt the curious human creative mind. What is the true essence of the universe and what is our place in the vast mystical scheme of things? Will we ever be able to answer these questions, or are they beyond our grasp, perhaps hidden in secret outer corners somewhere beyond the cosmic horizon of our perception? Indeed, the regions beyond our cosmic horizon are so distant that light that reaches us from those regions has had the opportunity and energy to contact us since the massive inflationary explosion of the universe was born almost a long time ago due to expansion. of the room. Sweeping us all across the incredibly vast expanse of reality, the glow of the Vast Microwave Foundation (CMB) conveys tantalizing clues about what happened long ago and the great key moments in the strange birth of the infant universe. This primary radiation of ancient light is the warm radiation left behind by the first stage of recombination in cosmology with the Big Bang, and it is a great skin: it introduces the most important mysteries of our universe to the people who live in the vast land of the wonders In September 2016, a group of astrophysicists revealed that their research into CMB radiation shows that the universe spreads the same way in all ways: it has no preferred path by any stretch of the imagination.
This new test, distributed in the September 22, 2016, issue of Reality Review Letters, supports the assumptions made in the Standard Cosmological Model of the Universe. Lead author of the review, Dr. Daniela Saade, noted in a public statement dated September 22, 2016 at College School London Public that “the result is the best evidence so far that the universe is similar everywhere. directions. Our lasting understanding of the universe is based on the understanding that no one prefers titles.” On the other hand, however, there are many ways that Einstein’s hypothesis of relativity would account for unbalanced space. It is not difficult to imagine universes that twist and stretch, so it is important that we have shown that our region makes sense for each of its directions.” Dr HE is a member of the Department of Physical Sciences and Cosmology at University College London, UK.
The CMB is a terrible and delicate flash of exceptionally old light that envelops the entire universe. It flows carefully through existence with the virtually unchanged power of all titles: an ancient flash of the massive explosion itself. This early stage light that awaits us whispers to us some haunting and tragic lost mysteries about a very ancient period that existed before viewers looked. The CMB is the lightest thing we can observe. Its long journey to us 13.8 began a long time ago, billions of years before our nearby planetary cluster formed and, amazingly, before the exiled Smooth Path Cosmic System formed, spinning like a twilight wheel in space.
As the universe expanded, its matter and energy stretched past each other, then immediately cooled. The radiation from the vast and brilliant fireball that engulfed the entire newborn universe unfolded through the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from gamma rays to X-rays and bright light, and finally through the amazing rainbow of species we find in visible light. range The fact that people can see explains the light. The light from the initial stage was then extended into the infrared and radio frequencies of the electromagnetic range. The luminosity of the ancient fireball, CMB, rotating from all regions of the sky in the true sense of the word, can be perceived with radio telescopes. In the ancient universe, space itself shone brightly with its willful flame, but as time went on, the structure of the room continued to grow and expand, and the radiation began to cool it. Interestingly, the universe became darker in ordinary observable light, similar to how we see it today.