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The magazine Sky Telescope is a very helpful magazine for beginning and amateur astronomers The magazine contains information on new star clusters constellations galaxies and even possible new planets It gives a more in-depth look at whats going on outside our galaxy This magazine is also helpful in showing astronomers new ways to look at stars Certain articles can help with finding focal points which elements of the spectrum to use to view certain stars and how to get the best photo images as possible Sky Telescope also offers a wide range of different pictures for those who dont have telescopes They always seem to find some of the best pictures to use in their magazine Sky Telescope has even reached the web at wwwskypubcom where you can find the very latest in new galaxies and tools to help see these new constellations It is also a good way to communicate with fellow astronomers and cosmologists If youre having trouble finding out the latest missions in Space Exploration you can go to Sky Telescope to find out There is a monthly article on the latest missions and findings for those who are interested The article I researched explained the possible Future of the Universe At the beginning it explains the different possible types of universe flat closed and open A closed universe caused theoretically by the Big Bang Theory will make the universe collapse on itself over a period of time An open universe can keep expanding because there are no barriers to make it collapse on itself like a closed universe The flat universe may keep expanding but it will be at such a slow rate that it will seem to approach a standstill The article is explained more easily through a cosmic time line The age of the universe starts with the Big Bang then moves to the Inflation era through new galaxies
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