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The result was that the cloud did not shrink uniform ly from all dir ections: it shrank along the axis of rotation and flattened out perpendicular to it. T hus it took the shape of a disc surrou nding a central hulge . The Infra Red Astronomy Satellite (IRAS) launched in 1983 succeeded in discovering such protoplanetary discs around a few nearby stars like beta pictoris. Scientists also believe that magnetic effects played an important 30 role during the contraction. The y slowed down the rotation of the central bulge and increased it on the outer parts of the disc.
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. 28 ) How far does this expansion extend? Y.
00" You must have noticed that the harder you throw a ball up i n the air the higher it goes; but pulled by the gravity of the Earth it eventually comes down to the ground. Is it possible to toss the ball up so fast that it never comes down? The answer is, "Yes". 2 kilometres per second . Unless you throw the ball faster than this speed it will come down. This speed is called the 'escape speed'. Although even the strongest man on Earth does not have enough strength to throw a ball up with the escape speed , we have now made powerful rockets which do.