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Timeline of cosmological theories

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This timeline of cosmological theories and discoveries is a chronological record of the development of humanity's understanding of the cosmos over the last two-plus millennia. Modern cosmological ideas follow the development of the scientific discipline of physical cosmology.

Pre-1900

1900–1949

1950–1999

Since 2000

See also

Physical cosmology

Belief systems

Others

References

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