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Inside the cyclic model of the universe

Some cosmologists think the Big Bang was a single event in an infinite cycle.


Abell-2151
The Hercules galaxy cluster (Abell 2151) epitomizes the universe today. Rich galaxy clusters like this congregate into even larger and more massive superclusters, which form the backbone of cosmic large-scale structure. CFHT/Jean-Charles Cuillandre/Coelum
Some cosmologists think the Big Bang was a single event in an infinite cycle.


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