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Burns, J., et al. “Bejeweled Worlds.” Scientific American (February 2002): 64. On rings throughout the solar system.

Elliot, J., et al. “Discovering the Rings of Uranus.” Sky&Telescope (June 1977): 412.

Esposito, L. “The Changing Shape of Planetary Rings.” Astronomy (September 1987): 6.

Sobel, D. “Secrets of the Rings.” Discover (April 1994): 86. Discusses the outer planet ring systems.

Tiscareno, M. “Ringworld Revelations.” Sky&Telescope (February 2007): 32. Cassini results about the rings of Saturn.

Websites

Note: Many of the sites about planets and planetary missions listed for Other Worlds: An Introduction to the Solar System and The Giant Planets also include good information about the moons of the planets.

Cassini Mission to Saturn: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/ and http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Cassini-Huygens/index.html and http://ciclops.org

Jupiter’s Moons, at JPL: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/jupiter/moons

Neptune’s Moons, at JPL: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/neptune/moons

New Horizons Mission: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu. Gives the latest news bulletins and images from the Pluto encounter, plus lots of background information.

Pluto, at JPL: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/pluto

Saturn’s Moons, at JPL: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/saturn/moons

Uranus’ Moons, at JPL: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/uranus/moons

Apps

Two apps you can buy for iPhones or iPads can show you the positions and features of the moons of Jupiter and Saturn for any selected date:

  • Jupiter Atlas: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ju[iter-atlas/id352033947?mt=8
  • Saturn Atlas: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/saturn-atlas/id352038051?mt=8

Videos

Amazing Moons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQjZf2bW9XQ. 2016 NASA video on intriguing moons in our solar system (4:16).

Briny Breath of Enceladus: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/video/details.php?id=846. Brief 2009 JPL film on the geysers of Enceladus (2:36).

Dr. Carolyn Porco’s TED Talk on Enceladus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRQdHrGuVgI (3:26).

Titan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTrOFefYxFg. Video from Open University, with interviews, animations, and images (8:11).

Europa Mission: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/events/lectures_archive.php?year=2016&month=2. 2016 talk by two JPL scientists on NASA’s plans for a mission to Jupiter’s moon, which may have an underground liquid ocean (1:26:22).

Great Planet Debate: http://gpd.jhuapl.edu/debate/debateStream.php OR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJ8EErV6-6Q. Neil deGrasse Tyson debates Mark Sykes about how to characterize Pluto, in 2008 (1:14:11).

How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pbj_llmiMg. 2011 Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture by Michael Brown on the “demotion” of Pluto to a dwarf planet (1:27:13).

Seeking Pluto’s Frigid Heart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIxQXGTl_mo. Dramatic 2016 New York Times production, narrated by Dennis Overbye (7:43).

Saturn’s Restless Rings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5zcrEze8L4. 2013 talk by Mark Showalter in the Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture Series (1:30:59).

Collaborative group activities

  1. Imagine it’s the distant future and humans can now travel easily among the planets. Your group is a travel agency, with the task of designing a really challenging tour of the Galilean moons for a group of sports enthusiasts. What kinds of activities are possible on each world? How would rock climbing on Ganymede, for example, differ from rock climbing on Earth? (If you design an activity for Io, you had better bring along very strong radiation shielding. Why?)
  2. In the same spirit as Activity A , have your agency design a tour that includes the seven most spectacular sights of any kind on all the moons or rings covered in this chapter. What are the not-to-be-missed destinations that future tourists will want to visit and why? Which of the sights you pick are going to be spectacular if you are on the moon’s surface or inside the ring, and which would look interesting only from far away in space?
  3. In this chapter we could cover only a few of the dozens of moons in the outer solar system. Using the Internet or your college library, organize your group into a research team and find out more about one of the moons we did not cover in detail. Our favorites include Uranus’ Miranda, with its jigsaw puzzle surface; Saturn’s Mimas, with a “knockout” crater called Herschel; and Saturn’s Iapetus, whose two hemispheres differ significantly. Prepare a report to attract tourists to the world you selected.
  4. In a novel entitled 2010 , science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, inspired by the information coming back from the Voyager spacecraft, had fun proposing a life form under the ice of Europa that was evolving toward intelligence. Suppose future missions do indeed find some sort of life (not necessarily intelligent but definitely alive) under the ice of Europa—life that evolved completely independently from life on Earth. Have your group discuss what effect such a discovery would have on humanity’s view of itself. What should be our attitude toward such a life form? Do we have an obligation to guard it against contamination by our microbes and viruses? Or, to take an extreme position, should we wipe it out before it becomes competitive with Earth life or contaminates our explorers with microorganisms we are not prepared to deal with? Who should be in charge of making such decisions?
  5. In the same spirit as Activity D , your group may want to watch the 2013 science fiction film Europa Report. The producers tried to include good science in depicting what it would be like for astronauts to visit that jovian moon. How well does your group think they did?
  6. A number of modern science fiction writers (especially those with training in science) have written short stories that take place on the moons of Jupiter and Saturn. There is a topical listing of science fiction stories with good astronomy at http://www.astrosociety.org/scifi. Members of your group can look under “Jupiter” or “Saturn” and find a story that interests you and then report on it to the whole class.
  7. Work together to make a list of all the reasons it is hard to send a mission to Pluto. What compromises had to be made so that the New Horizons mission was affordable? How would you design a second mission to learn more about the Pluto system?
  8. Your group has been asked by NASA to come up with one or more missions to learn about Europa. Review what we know about this moon so far and then design a robotic mission that would answer some of the questions we have. You can assume that budget is not a factor, but your instruments have to be realistic. (Bear in mind that Europa is cold and far from the Sun.)
  9. Imagine your group is the first landing party on Pluto (let’s hope you remembered to bring long underwear!). You land in a place where Charon is visible in the sky and you observe Charon for one Earth week. Describe what Charon will look like during that week. Now you move your camp to the opposite hemisphere of Pluto. What will Charon look like there during the course of a week?
  10. When, in 2006, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) decided that Pluto should be called a dwarf planet and not a planet, they set up three criteria that a world must meet to be called a planet. Your group should use the Internet to find these criteria. Which of them did Pluto not meet? Read a little bit about the reaction to the IAU’s decision among astronomers and the public. How do members of your group feel about Pluto’s new classification? (After you have discussed it within the group, you may want to watch The Great Planet Debate video recommended in “For Further Exploration.”)

Thought questions

Why do you think the outer planets have such extensive systems of rings and moons, while the inner planets do not?

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Ganymede and Callisto were the first icy objects to be studied from a geological point of view. Summarize the main differences between their geology and that of the rocky terrestrial planets.

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Compare the properties of the volcanoes on Io with those of terrestrial volcanoes. Give at least two similarities and two differences.

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Would you expect to find more impact craters on Io or Callisto? Why?

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Why is it unlikely that humans will be traveling to Io? (Hint: Review the information about Jupiter’s magnetosphere in The Giant Planets .)

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Why do you suppose the rings of Saturn are made of bright particles, whereas the particles in the rings of Uranus and Neptune are black?

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Suppose you miraculously removed all of Saturn’s moons. What would happen to its rings?

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We have a lot of good images of the large moons of Jupiter and Saturn from the Galileo and Cassini spacecraft missions (check out NASA’s Planetary Photojournal site, at http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov, to see the variety). Now that the New Horizons mission has gone to Pluto, why don’t we have as many good images of all sides of Pluto and Charon?

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In the Star Wars movie Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi , a key battle takes place on the inhabited “forest moon” Endor, which supposedly orbits around a gas giant planet. From what you have learned about planets and moons of the solar system, why would this be an unusual situation?

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Figuring for yourself

Which would have the longer orbital period: a moon 1 million km from the center of Jupiter, or a moon 1 million km from the center of Earth? Why?

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How close to Uranus would a spacecraft have to get to obtain the same resolution as in [link] with a camera that has an angular resolution of 2 arcsec?

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Saturn’s A, B, and C Rings extend 75,000 to 137,000 km from the center of the planet. Use Kepler’s third law to calculate the difference between how long a particle at the inner edge and a particle at the outer edge of the three-ring system would take to revolve about the planet.

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Use the information in Appendix G to calculate what you would weigh on Titan, Io, and Uranus’ moon Miranda.

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The average distance of Enceladus from Saturn is 238,000 km; the average distance of Titan from Saturn is 1,222,000 km. How much longer does it take Titan to orbit Saturn compared to Enceladus?

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Questions & Answers

My dear friends, can u plz tell me that among u guys who are in the field of cosmology
Madhav Reply
😢I am not there in cosmology
Samuel
Just A Science Fan.....
Adam
Adam even I am 😥😅😅😂😂
Samuel
I am also not in cosmology but I am just a fan or we can say science and part of NASA is my dream
Yoganshu
yoganshu Arya same here
Samuel
you are from which country
Yoganshu
hi yoganshu
Samuel
India
Samuel
which state
Samuel
I am also from India
Yoganshu
from delhi
Yoganshu
and u...?
Yoganshu
I am from Maharashtra
Samuel
from which state?
Yoganshu
You are a ASTRONOMER ...
Yoganshu
or a scientist..
Yoganshu
or just a member
Yoganshu
What is time...? not about Newton= time is constant..... that all scientists openions n point of view I m knowing. . what can be the Perfect Definition of Time
Madhav Reply
Who is the best astronomer of India at present time
Gian Reply
Jayant Narlikar, Proponent Of Steady State Cosmology.....
Adam
What is the real colour of sun rays
Gian Reply
white.. so white it becomes violet.. so violet it become ultraviolet
Tom
white and red and yellow
Bianca
Vibgyor
Samuel
the real colour of sunlight is White
Madhav
the Sun's has a variety of waves all throughout the elextromagnetic spectrum.
Jacie
we only see it as a few bc of how some of them get redshifted (? can that term be applied for something so local?) by some particles in our upper atmosphere
Jacie
Vibgyor will be when, the white light will pass through the clouds ( prism ) then Refraction phenomenon leads us to 7 colours splitting from a single colour "White " light
Madhav
so the sun rays r of White colour
Madhav
Taurus in astronomy and horoscope?
Yasser Reply
how to put E=MC2
Gospel Reply
What Do You Mean By How To Put?
Adam
What Do You Mean By How To Put?
Adam
What Do You Mean By "How To Put E=MC2?
Adam
yep
Gospel
Hi guys
Samuel
i mean how NASA came to know the mass and diameters of Stars.how?
Gospel
how did they do using E=MC2
Gospel
thats my questioning
Gospel
that's easy formula's derivation
Madhav
why all planets revolving orbits are nearly in equal inclination?
Kartik Reply
***medium.com/starts-with-a-bang/ask-ethan-82-why-are-the-planets-all-in-the-same-plane-4470245c8743
rishabh
dependent on the mass
Madhav
no
Janak
I think because of the Suns gravity pull ,😕😕
Samuel
Samuel,. it's but obvious
Madhav
what hubbel's law. and examples on it.?
Kavyanjali Reply
Hubbel's Law is a Expanding Universe. The distant galaxies we see in all directions are moving away from the Earth, as evidenced by their red shifts. Hubble's law describes this expansion.
Роза
okk. sir/madam, i studied that all 3 laws.
Kavyanjali
i m solving examples on "p" square directly proportional to "a"cube
Kavyanjali
Evil space aliens drop you and your fellow astronomy student 1 km apart out in space, very far from any star or planet. Discuss the effects of gravity on each of you.
Shell Reply
are you doing a test?
donot
can you give me details about how to solve problems on Hubbell's law
Kavyanjali
refer the Kepler's laws of planetary motion
Madhav
use newton's gravity formula,i guess it will work
1412
if there is nothing else around I assume we would slowly fall into each other over a huge period of time for a cosmic high five. dam evil space Aliens!
Garrett
then we'd party.
Garrett
what is quantum physics
sanjeev Reply
Quantum mechanic or physics is a branch of physics which deals with the dynamics of smallest things of all like atoms subatomic particles and elementary particles.
Ronaldo
Correct.....
Adam
Yes
ashish
what is circumstellar matter
sakshi Reply
Young T Tauri stars are surrounded by circumstellar disks, the material of  which coagulates into solid bodies within several ten million years as a first step for possible later planet formation. Most young stars are binaries or  multiple systems, and most binary T Tauri stars have separations of t
Burak
we were all circumstellar matter at some point =D
Garrett
where the Pluto has been gone
sanjeev Reply
pluto hasnt gone,its stiĺl on kuiper belt with others
1412
it have not gone anywhere it is still present on it's position in kuipler belt
YOG
Pluto is present at its old postion in solar system.But now it is not in a list of planet because it is too much small in size so it is called as 'Dwarf Planet '.Now it is present on Kupier belt.
mrunal
Pluto is smaller then our moon. I like the new classification even though apparently it has been under constant dispute since the decision was made. keeps things clean. Planet clears it's orbit. Pluto is a dwarf planet.
Garrett
garrett is right on! Pluto doesn't have to do with size. it checks 2 of the 3 boxes needed to be a planet. the one missing is not clearing its orbital path.
josh
Correct Indeed.....
Adam
does anyone know the smallest thing in the whole universe I know I'm taking a general test
BHUMI Reply
Quarks... Think so.. 🤔
Pavan
higgs Bo particle .. think so.
sakshi
higgs boson particle
sakshi
A.) Your brain...
Andy
i guess andy should go and check his brain
Amritansh
God Particle is the smallest thing in whole universe.
mrunal
Quarks, Up,Down,Top, Bottom, Strange And Charm.....
Adam
is this some kind of channel for people who can't use Google?
Grisha
Who Knows?
Adam
atom
Gospel
No. You THINK that it is the smallest thing/particle in the universe, but that is only by the knowledge you & we have now. You cannot yet be sure of something being the smallest thing in the universe. Unless you have done some groundbreaking research of course ;)
Videos
thats my notion only
Gospel
of course string
Burak
mind
Moon
can anybody think that what is present before big bang?
YOG Reply
I Don't Think Time Existed Before The Big Bang, So Talking About Anything Before The Big Bang Is Useless.....
Adam
but we have to think that what is present before big bang by which this whole universe is formed
YOG
because something can't create from nothing
YOG
it is thought by the scientists that 2 parallel universe collided with each other and got mixed in a point which exploded and formed the big bang It is thought that this process of big bang is continuous which means it will be repeated after a certain time interval
BHUMI
2 parallel universe collided with each other and got mixed in a point which exploded and formed the big bang, it is thought that this process of big bang is continuous which means it will be repeated after a certain time interval
BHUMI
before the big bang 2 parallel universe collided with each other
BHUMI
We Don't Know For Sure If That's The Case, We Need To Establish What Is Nothing?
Adam
One big crunch before big bang..just like now.. Our universe will end with big crunch or by expand.. More expand.. Much more since planets get separated 🖖 from its own core... I don't know more.. 😉
Pavan
how those two parallel universes came into existence
sakshi
no one knows what came before. The theory exists only because the numbers for expansion (calculated via redshift, measuring the CMB, etc) add up.
Jacie
We used to think that there were 3 possible endings to the universe - expanding , oscillating (cycle of crunch, then expand, the crunch again), and the steady-state theory (multiple places where matter enters the universe.
Jacie
However, the expanding model is the only valid one left. Dark energy and dark matter are speeding the process of expansion up exponentially. the process had been slowing down up till now. this means that there's no going back (or big crunch) and disproves the oscillating universe theory
Jacie
👍👍
Ashish
we also measured the density of objects and that is decreasing, meaning that all space objects (predominantly referring to galaxies) are moving farther away from each other. this means that the universe is not staying the same and disproves the steady-state theory.
Jacie
Oh yeah, and the steady-state theory stated that the universe has stayed the same and will not change Fun fact: the steady-state theory was first disproved when we discovered a quasar from really far away (meaning that the light reaching us was old and we saw into the past). It was so different
Jacie
and therefore disproved the theory
Jacie
Well Said.....
Adam
As for before the big bang, I find the application of entropy to a multiverse an interesting hypothesis. From the Law of Entropy, systems, left alone, will devolve to their least organized state. In the multiverse hypothesis, universes are popping in and out of existence all the time.
Damon
Time is relative, just frequency of events relative to other events. With no events, there is no time. If the big bang was an event that happened, then there must have been time before the big bang and something must have caused it to happen.
Toby
That's Pre Bang Physics, Strictly Speculation At This Point.....
Adam
Time is relative and critical to this question. As we don't really know what went before, we will need to make some assumptions. Before the big bang, I believe that there was dinner and a movie.....
Andy
before Big Bang there were matters and anti matters so this is a Theory of matters and anti matters it is believed that there was a battle between matter and antimatter in which matter won and that is certainly the reason that why we study States of matter all forms of matter
Amritansh
but if antimatter would have won what would be the nature of universe
sakshi
If Anti Matter Would've Won, The Universe Would've Look Exactly The Same As It Does Now.....
Adam
bc antimatter did win
Jacie
very slightly tho
Jacie
we can actually explain how universe came into existence by the theory of Quantum gravity. matter won over Anti matter because of neutrino there is present research going on neutrino or sterile neutrino it could be the answer I think once we find the cnu background radiation or cosmic neutrino bac
Ronaldo
I think that it's not possible to create anything from nothing so it makes a that someone or something was present which was beyond space and time it could be anything like even some thing which we humans will never explain I think that's beyond our thinking because we can think till infinity not be
Samuel
beyond infinity there was or is something that created or has control on all these things like infinity time travel and all stuff one thing that if time is not present than nothing can exists right
Samuel
So Who Created That SomeOne Or SomeThing That Was Present At The Time Of Creation? You Said That You Think It's Not Possible To Create Anything From Nothing.....
Adam
what dark matter do?
TARUN
We See Dark Matter's Effect On Regular Matter..... We Don't Know Much About Dark Matter, Except That It Interacts Regular Matter..... That's Why It's Called Dark.....
Adam
It Interacts With Regular Matter, Sorry For The Error.....
Adam
on my view thats the Christian holy bible is true on this reasoning,Genesis 1:1 says "in the beginning GOD created the Heavens and the Earth ".As we all know Something cannot come from nothing because its nothing,and nothing conclude it all that there is no matters at all.what do you all say?
Gospel
So Who Created God?
Adam
well, in my point of view, time was not even exist before the universe was created. we can say something is nothing because we live within something, and when we realize that there is emptyness within something, we say it's nothing.
dinda
no one and nothing created God, God creates everything.
dinda
Thats it GOD created everything in it,If we read the Bible it tells us all the evidence and Answers.In John 4:24 it tells us that GOD is a spirit.GOD is present everywhere.Thank u
Gospel
Didn't You Say That Something Can Not Come From Nothing?
Adam
Does That Include Your God? Or Are You Gonna Make A Special Case For God Coming From Nothing.....
Adam
God creates itself thats why we call God,and if He is not the creator of the universe then there will be no word "GOD"in every language in our universe
Gospel
If GOD doesnot exist then everything is permissible and not only permissible but point less...
Gospel
So Your God Came From Nothing?
Adam
So God Made This Astronmical Size Universe Just For This Little Blue Rock Floating Around An Average Star..... Sounds Like A Huge Waste Of Space..... And How Do You Know That A Planet Orbiting Proxima Centurai With Intelligent Life Use The Word God?
Adam
And The Bible Is Full Of Inaccuracies..... An All Knowing God Would Not Inspire A Book Full Of Incorrect Information.....
Adam
God created Universe conclude as we seen in the letter of Saint paul i.e in 1Korinth 13:9 said that like this"for we know in part,and we prophesy in part" conclude it all isn't it right.
Gospel
As mr Adam said before that is "Does that include your God? My answer will be like this=God didnot "include" HE IS ALREADY INCLUDED AS YOU HAVE SAID.
Gospel
And in another point as Albert Einstein quote that "God didnot create evil,just as darkness is the absence of light,evil is the absence of God".
Gospel
Anyway mr.Adam where are actually from? America? or where.....
Gospel
America, New York City..... Where Are You From?
Adam
my opinion is that only god can create something from nothing it seems confusing therefore I told it's impossible to think that how was everything created !!
Samuel
hello, m new to this group
deepak
I am from INDIA.
Gospel
Adam I told you that God is beyond our knowledge and understanding. and if your question is who created god ?then the answer is god was a self cause of himself {means god created him self by himself }it's confusing so the best thing is we shouldn't go beyond your knowledge
Samuel
I love America, cause many "world race teams"came to our place".I really wanna come.
Gospel
gospel hmar even I am INDIAN
Samuel
You Said That Can't Happen, You Are Making A Special Case For Your God..... God Was Created By Man, When Man Was Scared And Afraid And Wanted Answers..... That's Why He Has Human Attributes..... And Why Everyone Will See God Differently.....
Adam
i guess nobody has seen god, so it might be energy, the energy from the big bang, the ancient people might have realised that, but didn't know what to name it.
deepak
there is some sort of energy that is driving everything in this universe, people name it whatever they want, some crist, some brahma and some Allah.
deepak
and as samuel has said that god created himself, do we know where the energy for big bang came from
deepak
No one knows where the energy came from,where the matter came from,where the laws of gravity came from,where the Universe came from,where the space came from,where the big bang came from,where the galaxy,no one knows the exact answer so,my answer will be on Genesis 1:1 that GOD created itself.
Gospel
I have to jump in here a put in my 2 cents......Gospel, you stated that god made himself, I beleive Samuel made a similar statement. I am not saying you beliefs are wrong. Everyone can beleive what they want to, so i am making these statements to try to understand your beliefs. so with that in mind
josh
its just same as fundamental particles joined to form human and now the humans are studying and researching about fundamental particles.. this is same as fundamental particles are discovering themselves
deepak
there is a question why did god created himself?
deepak
How can you say something can't come from nothing correct ? But you can beleive that god created himself? You dont see a contradiction there? My other question would be, have you heard of the god of the gaps? Do you see the bible as evidence of you beleifs or a written account of %100 actuall events
josh
i am not a atheist.. i believe there is some form of energy that is responsible for our life and everything. but god has created himself might not be true. because how can something come out from nothing.
deepak
? Again i am just trying to understand your view not say your wrong or give you a hard time about what you believe.
josh
Man Created God.....
Adam
How do scientists feel the presence of dark matter?
saleha
when galileo was killed by church.. so they could do anything to make people believe that god came out of nowhere, god created the world and now the priests are his messengers. so they would do anything they want
deepak
How do scientists feel the presence of dark matter?
saleha
who knows, we might be experiment of some much more advanced civilization
deepak
there are endless possibilities
deepak
if you look in vedas you will find that religion is a way of living life in a particular way. name of god was imposed over religion just to control the crowd
deepak
Deepak , thats how I feel about this question and we cant prove either side of this coversations, there is no evidence that says god did it and we dont know what was here before the big bang, its all theories and inferences...... Best answer to original question, We dont know for sure!
josh
👍
Samuel
my last comment was a reaction to deepak's comment on endless possibilities of what could have been here.
josh
ya josh
Samuel
can we make quantum universe by quantum level bigg bang explosion.
Prabhakar Reply
what do u mean by quantum universe?
rutuja
see quantum mechanics is a theory like we use general relativity for the study and characteristics of big objects in the same way we use quantum mechanics for the small objects study. This is called quantum mechanics and the object or thing in the universe on which we apply it is quantum universe
BHUMI
string theory is more appropriate for universe
YOG
we all know that Albert Einstein equation E=MC2 is anyone know how to put this.
Gospel

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