A star that is above a given mass provides a model for this development by collapsing to form a hole that is black. A black hole refers to a small region of space that contains end time. Curious persons can jump into the black hole to experience the end of the universe.
On the other hand, collected data from the Telescope of Hubble Space reveal that the total mass of known matter in the world is small that it is not capable of producing the Big Crunch. Hence, the end of the universe would come in the form of Heat Death (Bedford et al. 45). The Universe would experience a continued expansion thus losing order and energy that is recoverable in the process given that heat flows only in a single direction. With time, the ordinary matter would evaporate thus leaving an incredibly thin soup of subatomic particles that will slowly move apart through cold dark emptiness. Presently, it is still an open scenario, and there is no certainty about what might happen. The essay explains the theories of the scenarios that are most probable in the future of the universe.
There is a consensus that is increasingly growing among cosmologists that the whole density of matter is equivalent to the critical density. Thus making the universe flat. There is an estimation that roughly twenty-four percent takes the form of matter with low pressure. The majority of the density of matter is non-baryonic dark matter. The remaining seventy-one percent is thought to be in the form of dark energy negative pressure such as the cosmological constant as indicated in (Figure 6: Pie chart on Composition of the Universe). If the claims are true, then the major driving force behind the fate of the universe is the dark force. Due to this, an eternal exponential expansion will take place (The Universe Before The Big Bang: Cosmology And String Theory). The dark energy is the enigmatic force