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Big Bang Particles

Galaxy we can see inside it as the Milky way. When you rotate the Earth around the Sun has a speed of 30 km / sec. If we consider that the Sun, in addition to rotation, moves even within the space between the two branches of the spiral in the direction of what – the stars, then come to the conclusion that the Earth with its atmosphere makes complex motion with vector velocity slightly less than 300 km / sec. Speed of rotation of the Earth around its axis can be neglected. Then, in our case, we obtain an important conclusion: the particles of the atmosphere (troposphere, stratosphere and the ionosphere) in the motion in space has a velocity of 300 km / s, and hence the very large kinetic energy (the product of particle mass on its velocity). Opening of cmb showed that the temperature in space is equal to 2.7 K.

Chernin writes that interstellar molecules were naturally a thermometer indicating the temperature of the microwave background astronomers. These molecules are nothing but the remains of scattered after the Big Bang, particles that have not joined the gaseous nebula. They are under the gravitational influence of stars and tend to form clots, and thinning. These particles, mostly of the molecule hydrogen at a temperature of 2.7 K have very little kinetic energy. From – the small velocities can be considered permanently located in one and the same point in world space. Consider the principle of domestic thermos. Between the bulb and the housing creates a slight vacuum, resulting in boiling water poured into the flask cools down for a long time.