cosmic time

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the time covered by the physical formation and development of the universe

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"There's the potential for making all kinds of sweeping comparisons," says Dickinson, especially between galaxies seen at different cosmic times. "We've put a lot of effort into figuring out how to find distant galaxies and what we can measure from them....
This time, however, they sought galaxies from even greater distances and more remote reaches of cosmic time.
Although this concept of cyclical cosmic time had been discussed by Plato, who wrestled with it in the Timaeus, assessments of its length varied.
Human time and space are tiny fragments of cosmic time and space, yet they differ in magnitude even from each other.
'At much later points in cosmic time, there is a mix of galaxies with smoother and more random movements', Bouwens explains.
It considers how harmonies can be connected with cosmic time cycles and musical tones and it also considers various universal interactions and symbols of life that link sacred geometry concepts to practical perceptions of life and the universe.
The same is true about cosmic time, the time associated with origin etc., of the universe or cosmos.
The telescope will peer farther back in cosmic time than Hubble to see the universe's first stars and galaxies.
"The Chandra data tell us more about what the long, solitary journey through cosmic time has been like for these red nugget galaxies," co-author Rebecca Canning added in the statement.
where an over dot over the field variable represents the derivatives with respect to the cosmic time t.
What intrigues or provokes mystic mind most is the most prosaic; the experience of short human life span which is utterly insignificant in terms of cosmic time. Life's short span in the mystic thinking makes it the most significant from an existential perspective.
The meteorite, which existed prior to human thought, occurs on a cosmic time scale: It is not bound by law or ethics.
Ricoeur likewise first opposes subjective, personal, or lived time to objective, universal, or cosmic time. On one hand is "phenomenological time" or "the time of the soul," which is "lived as centered-decentered around the living present"; on the other hand is physical or "cosmological time" or "the time of the world," which can be represented in terms of "points and intervals and physical movement" (Ricoeur, 1986/2008, p.
time between our human time and cosmic time. The day you told the hour,