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  • 1.  
  • 2. the Universe Presented by: Loreto C. Morales BEED IIIA GEN.
  • 3. What is Cosmology? The Study of the Universe: its structure, origin, evolution, and destiny Cosmology (from the Greek word, kosmos , "universe"; and -logia , "study"), in strict usage, refers to the study of the Universe in its totality BEED ‘s
  • 4. 2nd Century: Claudius Ptolemy Model: Earth-centered Cosmology Big Idea: Different laws for Earth and the cosmos 16th Century: Nicolaus Copernicus Model: Sun-centered Cosmology Big Idea: Universal physics; same laws everywhere 20th Century: Edwin Hubble Model: Big Bang Cosmology Big Idea: Universe is changing, evolving Our View of the Cosmos – 3 basic assumptions of Cosmology
  • 5. …“ the natural motion of the Earth ….is towards the center of the universe; that is the reason it is now lying at the center.” Aristotle, On the Heavens Earth-centered Cosmology: Claudius Ptolemy, 100-170 AD
  • 6. Prediction : Future planetary positions Observation : retrograde motion of planets Refine : epicycles Success! For 1500 years Testing the Earth-centered model Retrograde orbit, a red satellite orbits clockwise around a blue/black planet spinning counter clockwise.
  • 7. Prediction : Phases of Venus Observation : Full set of phases Crisis! Limitations of Earth-centered model
  • 8. Sun-centered Cosmology: Nicolaus Copernicus 1473-1543 “ At rest, however, in the middle of everything is the Sun.” Nicholaus Copernicus, de Revolutionibus
  • 9. Prediction : Future planetary positions Observation : No better than Ptolemy Testing the Sun-centered model Two bodies with similar mass orbiting around a common barycenter with elliptic orbits. Refine : elliptical orbits (Johannes Kepler 1571-1630)
  • 10. Prediction : Sun at center of Cosmos Observation : Sun is not at center of universe (1918) Testing the Sun-centered model Crisis! Observation : The galaxy is not the entire universe (1923)
  • 11. Big Bang Cosmology: Albert Einstein (1879-1955) “ A human being is part of a whole, called by us ‘universe’, a part limited in time and space.” The Big Bang was the event which led to the formation of the universe according to the prevailing cosmological theory of the universe's early development (known as the Big Bang theory or Big Bang model ).
  • 12. Prediction : The universe is expanding Observation : Galaxies are moving apart from each other (1929) Testing the Big Bang model
  • 13. Prediction : If the universe was denser, hotter, in past, we should see evidence of left-over heat from early universe. Observation : Left-over heat from the early universe. ( Penzias and Wilson, 1965 ) Testing the Big Bang model Cosmic microwave background radiation
  • 14. Prediction: A hot, dense expanding universe, should be predominantly hydrogen, helium. The Sun: 74.5% H, 24% He by mass Observation: Universe is ~75% hydrogen, ~25% helium by mass Testing the Big Bang model Cecilia Payne
  • 15. Observation : 90% of matter is an unknown form: Dark Matter. Refine : A new and unknown form of matter exists. But its gravity works the same way, and its presence is needed to explain how the universe looks. Testing the Big Bang model Vera Rubin
  • 16. Dark Energy 73% “ Normal Matter” 4% “ Dark Matter” 23 %
  • 17. Prediction: An expanding universe is evolving over time. If we look at the early universe, it should appear different. Observation: Distant galaxies less evolved, physically and chemically . Testing the Big Bang model
  • 18. Evidence for an expanding universe The spectrum of hydrogen gas is the unique fingerprint of that element Hydrogen lamp
  • 19. Evidence for an expanding universe Orion Nebula When we see a repeat of the pattern we saw in the lab, we know hydrogen is present
  • 20. Evidence for an expanding universe We see the same repeating pattern of lines in a galaxy, but displaced to the red Galaxy UGC 12915
  • 21. Evidence for an expanding universe The further the galaxy, the more the shift to the red Galaxy UGC 12508
  • 22. Evidence for an expanding universe Galaxy KUG 1750 The greater the red shift, the faster the galaxy is receding
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  • 24. Evidence for an expanding universe The red shift is caused by the expansion of space . Galaxy KUG 1217
  • 25. Evidence for an expanding universe The red shift is evidence for an expanding universe Galaxy IRAS F09159
  • 26.
    • HUBBLE LAW
    • The principle that the distance of external galaxies from the earth is proportional to their redshift .
    • it states that the farthest the galaxy, the fastest it recedes from earth
  • 27. The Hubble constant H is one of the most important numbers in cosmology because it may be used to estimate the size and age of the Universe. It indicates the rate at which the universe is expanding. H = v/d
  • 28. Acceleration Expansion Inflation Big Bang PAST AND PRESENT OF THE UNIVERSE ACCORDING TO THE BIG BANG
  • 29. Acceleration (Present Day) Expansion Inflation Big Bang PAST AND PRESENT OF THE UNIVERSE ACCORDING TO THE BIG BANG
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