About the Book
We refer to the totality of all objects that exist in space as the "universe." It contains countless stars, galaxies, black holes, vast gas clouds, and a variety of other amazing objects. A few beliefs about how our Universe was born and how it will perish were irrevocably altered by the unexpected discovery that space is not only expanding, but expanding ever faster. Most people find it too difficult and overwhelming to consider the subject of our universe. We can identify with it. Our mind begins to stumble when the topic is brought up, and we begin to doubt one's intelligence in our search for an understanding of the Universe we live in. We spend time looking at the amazing story of how humankind's understanding of the universe has evolved, from Copernicus and Newton through Einstein, Hubble, and beyond. Detailed with the most interesting facts about the universe − this book will extend your mind for a better understanding of our intriguing cosmos whether you're an astrophysicist collecting nice pics of the night sky, a casual viewer of the constellations, or a dedicated scholar working in the field of physics and astronomy. This book takes readers on a journey through the Laws of the Cosmos to the origins and structure of the cosmos, covering the Big Bang, stellar evolution, and gravitational waves. Beginners looking for an accessible introduction to the contemporary understanding of the Universe should pick up this book. It's an interesting read that serves as a fantastic starting point for further research on any subject that grabs the reader's attention.
About the Author
Software Engineer, author and passionate blogger from India who has over 10 years' experience in IT – as developer, designer, architect, manager, teacher, and entrepreneur. He writes code for maintaining, debugging and troubleshooting organization's systems software and computing infrastructure to ensure that everything is functioning properly.