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Did God Create the Universe?
Scientists believe that our universe began with one enormous explosion of energy and light, which we now call the Big Bang. This was the singular start to everything that exists. The beginning of the universe, the start of space, and even the initial start of time itself. Further, it was something outside of time, outside of space, and outside of matter that caused all of this to come into existence. The realization that our universe started, and did not always exist, brings enormous challenges to nontheistic scientists. Are scientists certain of this Big Bang Theory? In the late 's, astronomer Edwin Hubble saw through his telescope that galaxies some millions of light years away were hurtling away from each other at fantastic speeds.
How did we get here? In order to understand how the universe has changed from its initial simple state following the Big Bang only cooling elementary particles like protons and electrons into the magnificent universe we see as we look at the night sky, we must understand how stars, galaxies and planets are formed. There are many questions associated with the creation and evolution of the major constituents of the cosmos. A basic question astronomers must address is, how did the universe create its first stars and galaxies? Once these entities were created, how did they influence subsequent galaxy, star and planet formation? This is an important question, because these later objects are made of elements that can only have been created by the first generation of stars. It is still unknown whether the universe created black holes with the first generation of stars or whether these exotic objects were created by the first generation of stars.
But Why explores the Big Bang, earth, stars and black holes in this call-in episode that aired live on Vermont Public Radio. Astronomer John O'Meara tackles the big bang, the origins of the universe and how we know humans landed on the moon.
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No money from the licence fee was used to create this website. What created all the planets, stars and galaxies?, The Universe is all of space and time [a] and their contents,  including planets , stars , galaxies , and all other forms of matter and energy.
The universe was born with the Big Bang as an unimaginably hot, dense point. When the universe was just 10 of a second or so old — that is, a hundredth of a billionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second in age — it experienced an incredible burst of expansion known as inflation, in which space itself expanded faster than the speed of light. During this period, the universe doubled in size at least 90 times, going from subatomic-sized to golf-ball-sized almost instantaneously. The work that goes into understanding the expanding universe comes from a combination of theoretical physics and direct observations by astronomers. However, in some cases astronomers have not been able to see direct evidence — such as the case of gravitational waves associated with the cosmic microwave background, the leftover radiation from the Big Bang. A preliminary announcement about finding these waves in was quickly retracted, after astronomers found the signal detected could be explained by dust in the Milky Way. According to NASA, after inflation the growth of the universe continued, but at a slower rate.