One of the famous theories presented proposes an explanation subject to experimentation of the development of the galaxy is the big bang theory.
Scientists have tried to create an understanding of what happened to the universe before and after the moment when the bang took place using this suggested theory. Astronomists and physicists have made discoveries that indicate that our universe did have a beginning which implies that before the moment of the bang there was nothing and thereafter our universe came to exist. The theory states that our universe came into existence around thirteen billion years ago as an area of intense gravitational pull that defies the understanding of physics referred to as a singularity. The gravitational pull was thought to be of intense pressure causing finite matter to be further squashed into an infinite density which explains how our universe came to exist. Questions as to where the universe came from or why it did appear are still unanswered (Fox, 67). After the initial appearance of the universe it then expanded and cooled from the initially small and very hot element to the current size and temperature of the universe. The theory was first proposed by Georges in a hypothesis of an ancient atom that was further developed by several other scientists to generate the contemporary idea. The theory also relies on Einstein’s theory of relativity and data formulated by Alexander.
The process continues up to date whereby earth exists as a unique planet with unbelievable creatures, revolving around the sun together with other billions of stars in the galaxy elevated through the outer space inside an expanding universe that began as an infinite singularity that appeared for reasons unknown from nowhere. In the understanding of the theory, misconceptions of the idea behind it are clarified by scientists for example the imagination of a giant balloon exploding is countered by the explanation that we