As I’ve noted elsewhere (Beyond the infinity of black holes), it wasn’t long ago — maybe a 100 years or so, that our view of the cosmos was much more circumscribed. Those who studied cosmology — physicists, astronomers, et al, viewed our cosmos in a much different way, at a much different scale — basically… Continue reading Beyond the Milky Way — a game-changing discovery
As I continue to ponder the spooky character of quantum physics (the 10^-n reality), this May 17, 2017, Space.com article addresses a question at the other end of the cosmic scale (the 10^n reality): How Many Stars Are In The Universe? So how do astronomers figure out how many stars are in the universe? The first sticky part is trying to… Continue reading How many stars?