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A Review of the Universe: Structures, Evolutions, Observations, and Theories

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A Review of the Universe: Structures, Evolutions, Observations, and Theories

Publisher: universe-review.ca

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This website surveys the entire extent of the universe touching upon phenomenon from the largest to the smallest size and covering the entire cosmic interval from past to present. It presents observations as well as the theories which explains the phenomena. The text intends to reach individuals who would like to study the natural phenomena at a deeper level than what is generally offered by newspapers or in the high school curriculum, with the benefit of avoiding complex mathematical formulation and confusing terminology.

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