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Running head: THE BIG BANG THEORY1The Big Bang TheoryKarrie GordonRasmussen CollegeCOURSE#: G239/AST2002 Section 02 Introduction to AstronomyWilliam AndersonNovember 3, 2019
THE BIG BANG THEORY2The Big Bang TheoryMr. Heinrich Olbers was a German astronomer, he was known for seeing ordocumenting two asteroids and a paradox. The Olber’s paradox can be related to Kepler'sconclusion about our universe being infinite, unchanging, and everywhere the same then thenight sky should be as bright as the sun.This idea is now called the Olber’s paradox, or the“dark night sky paradox.” His argument about the night sky, being dark it conflicts with theassumption made that our universe is infinite and eternal static. In simple or layman termsOlber’s paradox is him thinking or wondering why is the sky dark at night? In order to get abetter understanding of his paradox, imagine yourself in a forest on a flat plain, if you're looking

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Big Bang, Redshift, Rasmussen College, Physical cosmology, Cosmic microwave background radiation

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