Physics and Cosmology Quiz

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The early universe no light could escape the dense opach fog of primordial gas, but as this cosmic soup of atomic particles began to cool down hydrogen atoms began to form, leading to the universe's first bright, violent new ______ burning through the fog that once blocked all light from escaping the expanding universe

In the cauldron of the early universe no light could escape the dense opach fog of primordial gas, but as this cosmic soup of atomic particles began to cool down hydrogen atoms began to form, leading to the universe's first bright, violent new starts burning through the fog that once blocked all light from escaping the expanding universe. Some of these early photons have travelled unhindered through the vast empty expanse of space for 13.5 billion years, and will reach their destination, here on the man-made detectors of the James Webb ______

The James Webb telescope is going to give us our first detailed glimpse of this early universe from which we and everything we know was ______

The James Webb telescope is a 10 billion dollar ______

I don’t think it’s very useful to speculate on what god might or might not be able to do, rather we should examine what he actually does with the universe we live in, all our observations suggest that it operates according to well defined ______. These laws may have been ordained by god, but it seems he does not intervene in the universe to break the laws, at least once he set the universe going

The James Webb telescope is going to give us our first detailed glimpse of this early universe from which we and everything we know was ______

I don’t think it’s very useful to speculate on what god might or might not be able to do, rather we should examine what he actually does with the universe we live in, all our observations suggest that it operates according to well defined ______. These laws may have been ordained by god, but it seems he does not intervene in the universe to break the laws, at least once he set the universe going

Some of these early photons have travelled unhindered through the vast empty expanse of space for 13.5 billion years, and will reach their destination, here on the man-made detectors of the James Webb ______

In the cauldron of the early universe no light could escape the dense opach fog of primordial gas, but as this cosmic soup of atomic particles began to cool down hydrogen atoms began to form, leading to the universe's first bright, violent new ______ burning through the fog that once blocked all light from escaping the expanding universe

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by the CuriosityStream & Nebula ______, now just 11.59 for an entire year until December 24th

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Test your knowledge of physics and cosmology with this quiz inspired by a quote from a Real Engineering episode. Explore fundamental principles and theories about the universe and its operations.

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