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From Planets to Universes

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Improved astronomical instruments have revealed a rich variety of new phenomena: most stars are known to be orbited by retinues of planets; huge black holes lurk in the centres of galaxies; the dominant force in the expanding universe is a mysterious ‘push’ that overcomes normal gravity. Computer simulations are now powerful and realistic enough to be crucial in modelling these phenomena. To extend the limits of our understanding will require a ‘unified’ theory—and we need to take seriously the idea that space is hugely more extensive than the domain we can actually observe.

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