(a) When did the Big Bang occur and what was the result?
(b) Is "string theory" a proven scientific theory? Why or why not?
(c) Where does the Strong Nuclear Force come into play?
(d) What is Cosmology?
(a) What does the Drake Equation attempt to do?
(b) What determines the Habitable Zone of a solar system?
(c) Is an Organic Molecule a living entity? Why or why not?
(d) Why is the "Water Hole" the best region for communication across the cosmos?
(4 pts) State Hubble’s Law. Describe how it is used in astronomy.
a) The Big Bang occurs roughly around 13.8 billion years ago from the current period. After just our universe was born, and at that time, it was filled with protons, neutrons, electrons, antielectrons, photons, and neutrinos.
b) String theory is not a proven scientific theory because of it only based upon the hypothesis, and it exists only in terms of the mathematical equation. There is no such experimental model for the string theory that can explain it.
c) Strong Nuclear force work at a nuclear distance. It occurs inside the nucleus and this force created in the nucleus between nucleons by the exchanging of the particles called mesons.
d) Cosmology is a branch of Astronomy that involves the early universe and its evolution.
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