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This question was finally answered about 50 to 60 years ago. S. Eddington studied the internal structure of a star and concluded that though the outside temperature of a star is about a few thousand degrees, its central temperature is considerably higher-going up to several million degrees! In the 1920s, when Eddington made this startling 38 discovery the subject of subatomic physics was very new. People knew that in an atom electrons go round a central nucleus . But no one had thought of the possibility of a large nucleus breaking into smaller nuclei or small nuclei joining together to form a big nucleus .

Y. Y. away, he is seeing it as it was one billion years ago. It is quite likely, that by now the galaxy may not be there at all! So if we venture out of our Galaxy the chances are that we will meet more and more galaxies as we travel on for billions of light years. So far there is no evidence that there is a limit to the Universe. The limit is rather on what we can see and how much we • can understand. Let us examine how far we have succeeded in unravelling the mysteries of the Universe. We begin with our own environmentthe solar system.

F1,fI. Illl It. 0... "lfl ~ botll • •S " 11119" ... " 1M ...... ..... tf $0 1I1t1/_ . eI. Known as Hubble's law, this conclusion dramatically changed our view of the Universe. It led to the idea that the Universe is 'expanding'; the galaxies are moving away from one another much like the dots on a balloon that is inflated. And , of course, there is nothing special about our Galaxy. If we were to look at the Universe from another galaxy, we would notice the same thing : other galaxies would be seen moving away from our new vantage point.

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