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The Universe Before the Big Bang
13.8 Billion Years Ago
The Big Bang
10-32 Seconds After the Big Bang
Formation of Electrons and Quarks
A Rapidly Cooling Universe Allows Quarks to Clump into Protons and Neutrons
10-6 Seconds After the Big Bang
Electrons Combine with Protons and Neutrons to Make Atoms. Mostly Hydrogen and Helium, These Two Atoms Over the Next Millions of Years will Begin to Gas Clouds
300,000 Years After the Big Bang
The Clouds condensed into Stars thorough nuclear fusion, these Stars Would Later Die in Supernovae and Disperse the Heavy Elements, Which Will Form More Stars, Planets and Our Earth
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