cosmic background radiation definition

  • noun:
    • Faint microwave oven radiation that penetrates area through the entire universe, postulated becoming a residual effectation of the Big Bang.
    • The faint, uniform flux of microwave radiation that permeates all area and it is the redshifted residual effectation of the top Bang
    • (cosmology) the cooled remnant associated with hot big-bang that fills the whole world and can be observed today with an average heat around 2.725 kelvin
    • Faint microwave oven radiation that penetrates space through the entire universe, postulated to be a residual aftereffect of the major Bang.
    • The light, consistent flux of microwave oven radiation that permeates all space and it is the redshifted residual effect of the major Bang
    • (cosmology) the cooled remnant for the hot big bang that fills the entire world and will be observed these days with the average heat around 2.725 kelvin

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