Space is a gigantic empty continuous zone, containing trillions of stars which are contained by trillions of galaxies. These galaxies, stars, etc seem so small compared to the size of space. Space is huge, there may be other life that we have not yet explored. It all started with the Big Bang. The Big Bang Theory is the science theory of how everything began, space, and time, everything. The Big Bang Theory was a cosmic explosion. In March 2014, they announced to the world that their small telescope at the south pole that had discovered possible signs of gravitational waves produced within a trillionth of a second of the Big Bang. In the text, Revisiting Primordial Gravity Waves from WorldBook, it states, “The wave was produced 13.8 billion years ago” Electrons joined forces with the nuclei which then created the first atoms about 3,000 years after the Big Bang. This created a fog of free particles that united then had prevented light from space. Around a few hundred million years, clouds of matter fragmented to form the first stars. As everything was being created, one galaxy named the Milky Way was created. The Milky Way is our home galaxy where a star (our Sun) was created.
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