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Creation of the Universe

  • Rex J. Fleming
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Abstract

There are many fascinating things one could discuss about the universe, but it is the stars and galaxies that are most relevant to our subject matter. Our interest is in cosmic rays which come from exploding stars. One must delve more deeply into stars – their lives and their deaths.

Keywords

Universe Stars Cosmic rays 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rex J. Fleming
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  1. 1.Global Aerospace, LLC (Retired)BoulderUSA

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