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How Scientists Found the First Type of Molecule in the Universe | SciShow News

[ ♪ Intro ] Almost 14 billion years ago, the universe began with a big bang. And while that was great and all, the real space news lately has been about what happened around a quarter of a million years later. By then, the newborn universe had finally cooled down enough for neutral, uncharged atoms […]

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The Universe’s First Type of Molecule Is Found at Last

The Universe today is filled with planets, stars, galaxies… But what came before? (Dramatic music. Sound of explosion) After the Big Bang, the early universe only had a few types of atoms – mostly helium and hydrogen. Scientists believe that helium and hydrogen began to combine to form the universe’s first molecule, called helium hydride. […]

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The science of expansion: Andromeda, gravity, and the ‘Big Rip’ | Michelle Thaller

One of the questions I get asked most commonly as an astronomer is if almost all the galaxies in the universe are flying away from us in space, why is the Andromeda Galaxy getting closer to us? Does that somehow mean that the Big Bang works differently in different parts of the universe? And the […]

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La gravité quantique à boucles — Science étonnante #33

Hi everyone ! Today, we’ll talk about the greatest mystery of fundamental physic, The one which impedes thousands of scientists to sleep. What we pretenciously call “The theory of everything” Theory of everything is supposedly the reunion of the infinite big and infinite small. The unification of general relativity with quantum mechanic. By the way, […]

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What Was the Ancestor of Everything? (feat. PBS Space Time and It’s Okay To Be Smart)

Part of what draws us to the study of natural history is our desire — our drive — to understand our origins. The more fossils that we can find and study, the more branches and twigs we can add to the tree of life — that web of relationships that connects all organisms, living and […]

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