Big Bang One More Time
Presents an article that details about a new model of the universe as having no beginning or end and refills itself in a cycle of expansion and contraction.
Contains information about the short electromagnetic waves coming from the universe. Also contains a photo-filled article that details the instrumentation of the structure.
Brief History of Time
Features an article that details theoretical descriptions, basic elements, forces, and the origin and fate of the universe.
Provides information on the evolution of the universe including the formation of the galaxies. Also presents a visual presentation showing the main events happening in the space.
Contains a collection of news articles, and fallacies about the universe. Also shows FAQs, artworks, and related links.
Features interactive book focusing on astronomy, cosmology, and theoretical physics. Also contains an index of all 88 constellations, interactive games and quizzes, and information on stars, galaxies, and the Big Bang.
Einstein’s Mistake is Revived
Article that provides theoretical explanations on the acceleration of the expansion of the universe caused by repulsive dark energies that fill up the space.
Galaxy Formation Research
Features documents showing systematic study about the role of molecules in the universe and the dynamics of cosmic structure formation. Also displays article showing simulations and representations of the formation.
Great Debates in Astronomy
Presents documentations of stated propositions and oppositions about the measurement and nature of the universe presented by some astronomers.
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics
University of Chicago research institute focusing on the search for dark matter. Includes details of major research projects, workshops and events, plus information on educational outreach programs.
Features a study that tests the theory that a significant part of the dark matter in the halo of the Milky Way is made up of objects like brown dwarfs or planets. Also provides access to photometric data for possible stellar masses detected in the space.
Presents articles about the size, future and fate of the universe, including extensive visual discussion about supernova explosions. Also displays a virtual map of the universe.
Provides details about a space mission designed to "image" the measurements of background radiation field of the universe in different directions, including its geometry and contents. Also features a published book that details the project.
Supernova Cosmology Project
Shows documentations discussing the relation of the exploding stars to the acceleration of the expansion of the universe. Also displays images projecting the results of the study.