Astronomers on the universe and the Big Bang for KS3/4 pupils.

How Big is the Universe?: it is impossible for the human mind to grasp just how big the universe is, but astronomer Pete Edwards gives it his best shot. Along the way, he explains how astronomers have learned to measure the distance to the stars, using concepts such as parallax and redshift. The Expanding Universe and the Big Bang: Pete Edwards and cosmologist Carlos Frenk explain why we think the universe started with a Big Bang and how it grew from almost nothing into the vast web of stars and galaxies we see all around us. They also reveal how at Durham University they are creating their own universe inside a supercomputer.

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SDSedman

5 years ago
5

Very useful for GCSE

Cizz22

8 years ago
5

misshawaa

8 years ago
5

Thank you

PerpetualMotion

9 years ago
5

Covers exactly the material my Y10 need on Big Bang, red shift and CMBR in a concise clip.

bk15

9 years ago
3

A useful clip for KS3/4 Physics teachers to use which helps explain our Universe and the Big Bang theory.

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