Graphical timeline of the Big Bang

This timeline of the Big Bang shows a sequence of events as currently theorized by scientists.

It is a logarithmic scale that shows \({\displaystyle 10\cdot \log _{10}}\) second instead of second. For example, one microsecond is \({\displaystyle 10\cdot \log _{10}0.000001=10\cdot (-6)=-60}\). To convert −30 read on the scale to second calculate \({\displaystyle 10^{-{\frac {30}{10}}}=10^{-3}=0.001}\) second = one millisecond. On a logarithmic time scale a step lasts ten times longer than the previous step.

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Categories: Astronomy timelines | Astrophysics | Big Bang | Graphical timelines | Physical universe

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