Q: How did the universe begin?
A: In a previous ‘Can You Believe It?’ article (The Advertiser, March 22) talked about cosmic microwaves, which are an echo left over from the early days of the universe. By using radio telescopes, astronomers can learn about how the cosmos has changed during its 14 billion year history.
Justin Bray is a PhD student in the School of Chemistry and Physics at the University of Adelaide talks about the use of telescopes both on the ground and in space which are able to help us unravel the mysteries of the universe.
To find out more about this 10 Big Questions, go to Justin Bray’s Advertiser article: Secrets revealed in waves or for more information on the University of Adelaide’s 10 Big Questions go to: 10 BQ -Faculty of Sciences