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Why do we want to know how the universe was made?

If scientists know how the universe is made then what will happen from that – what kind of benefit would they get from it?

Navjot

at what rate are stars being consumed by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy?

At what rate are stars being consumed by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy?

steve w

How do space and gravity work together?

Like space time is the black stuff of space and gravity related in the same way? We know that galaxies are spinning to fast to stay together. They say it is the black stuff that stops or controls them from flying apart. So does gravity and the black stuff work together, and cannot be separated?

Don Lykles. New Zealand (55+)

Why can’t we see galaxies moving away from us?

How are galaxies speeding away from earth at 1 million meters per second? Why dont they look like they are moving that fast?

Asked by: Tiana

How large is the universe?

How large is the universe?

Collin

How do black holes form?

How do black holes form?
St.Anselms RC Primary School (Age 5-14)
Sylvia Kucharska-Nguyen and Year 3 from Kent (Age 5-14)

How can we know what is happening at the edge of space?

How can we know what is happening at the edge of space at this moment in time, or indeed the universe itself, being as the edge of the observable universe is about 12 billion light years away and therefore the information we receive is that amount of time out of date? How do we know where our galaxy is now in relation to the whole of the universe? If what we are looking back in time all those billions of years, we cannot know the reality of the universe now, can we?
Christine Wheatley from Rutland (Aged 55+)