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About 14 billion years ago, our universe changed from being a lot hotter and denser to expanding radically -- a process that scientists have named 'The Big Bang'.


And even though we know that this fast expansion created particles, atoms, stars, galaxies and life as we know it today, the details of how it all happened are still unknown.


Now a new study performed by researchers from University of Copenhagen reveals insights on how it all began.

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