Physics Tutorials Section 22. Cosmology

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In the Cosmology section of Physics we explore Physics Tutorials which guide your through the various skills and learning material within this section. We also provide online Cosmology Calculators which allow you to calculate specific Cosmology formula in support of the tutorials or to check and verify your own calculations in support of your homework, coursework or thesis.

Cosmology in Physics - Table of Contents

This section includes information from (1) astrophysics and (2) cosmology. In astronomy, planets, natural satellites, comets, asteroids, stars, solar system, orbits, etc., are some of the concepts discussed in the first tutorials, while eclipses, calendars, horizon, sun layers, solar system, etc., are explained in the following part. Then, we continue with cosmology, where concepts like the evolution of stars, galaxies, groups of galaxies, constellations, Universe (including its origin, i.e. the Big Bang) are explained, we conclude with chronology and a discussion of the possible fate of the Universe, as well as covering some of the challenges scientists face today in providing a satisfactory explanation of the origins of the Universe and its continuity.

In this Cosmology section of Physics we cover the following topics:

Cosmology Learning Material and Cosmology Study Aide
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22.1Earth and Other Celestial Bodies
22.2Sun and Planetary Motion
22.3The Moon's Movement. Eclipses. Calendars
22.4Stars
22.5Evolution of Stars
22.6Galaxies and Hierarchic Structures in the Universe
22.7Astronomical Measurements and Observations
22.8Orientation in the Sky and Constellations
22.9Expansion of the Universe
22.10Big Bang Model and Temperature
22.11Chronology of the Universe
22.12Formation of Galaxies and Solar System. Actual Problems
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Cosmology Calculators

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