1.1f the origin and fate of the universe

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1.1f the origin and fate of the universe

  1. 1. The Origin and the Fate of the Universe<br />1.1f<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />
  2. 2. Meaningful Class Participation and Effort<br />
  3. 3. ACHIEVE South High School<br />
  4. 4. The Red Shift<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />
  5. 5. Timeline of the Expanding Universe<br />10-6<br />Hydrogen and helium nuclei form (100 sec. after the big bang)<br />10-4<br />10-2<br />100<br />10<br />102<br />104<br />106<br />108<br />First atoms form<br />First galaxies form<br />1010<br />Our solar system form<br />Present (15 billion years)<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />
  6. 6. Fate of the Universe depends on mass<br />If there is not enough mass in the universe, the gravitational force will be too weak to stop the expansion, so the universe will expand forever.<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />
  7. 7. Fate of the Universe depends on mass<br />If there is just the right amount of mass, the expansion will continually slow down but never stop completely.<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />
  8. 8. Fate of the Universe depends on mass<br />If there is more mass, gravity will eventually win out over the expansion and the universe will start to contract until it collapses back to a “big crunch”.<br />No Excuses, Just Results!<br />Show-up, Engage & Produce<br />

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