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THE HOT BIG BANG MODEL

THE HOT BIG BANG MODEL

This guide covers the following topics: This note introduces the Big Bang cosmology and its successes, while emphasising its incompleteness and the areas in which Cambridge Relativity group members are working. A brief history of observational cosmology, A brief history of our Universe, The four pillars of the Hot Big Bang model, Shortcomings of the standard cosmology.

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