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We have learned a lot recently about how the Universe evolved in 13.7 billion years since the Big Bang. More than 80% of matter in the Universe is mysterious Dark Matter, which made stars and galaxies to form. The newly discovered Higgs-boson became frozen into the Universe a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang and brought order to the Universe. Yet we still do not know how ordinary matter (atoms) survived against total annihilation by Anti-Matter. The expansion of the Universe started acceleration about 7 billion years ago and the Universe is being ripped apart. The culprit is Dark Energy, a mysterious energy multiplying in vacuum. I will present evidence behind these startling discoveries and discuss what we may learn in the near future. This course is offered in English....

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AA
17 avr. 2020

I really liked the method of teaching the professor follows.The course helped me to gain insights on the universe. I really liked and hopes that professor would do more online courses in the future.:)

DC
5 déc. 2019

Professor Hitoshi Murayama is a great lecturer. His passion for the research conducted and explained in the lectures is evident and helped motivate me to complete the course. Absolutely brilliant man!

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par yasha k

20 févr. 2016

Excellently taught by Prof Murayama. Looking forward to more such courses. (Y)

par suchit a

9 déc. 2015

Great Course with superb videos and knowledge. Would like to work with you sir

par Rafaela B

20 sept. 2020

This is an amazing course on astrophysics, I learned a lot about our universe

par Thong T T

24 août 2019

Very informative. The professor was able to lecture in an interesting manner.

par Ann D

31 déc. 2016

I am so grateful for this course. It is very informative and well developed.

par 徐睿

2 déc. 2016

The organization of this course is very clear!I learn a lot from this course.

par nick g

23 oct. 2016

Very informational, I enjoyed it very much. A great add-on to physics class.

par barry f

29 déc. 2020

Interesting course all round. Good content, mostly, and interesting lecturer

par james

10 mai 2020

Excellent course. Well presented and clearly explained. Thank you very much!

par Eduardo S M G

16 janv. 2016

Great course, keep going and thanks for your time to explain all this things

par sree c t

4 nov. 2015

its very helpful for those who wanted to learn about the origin of universe.

par Anubhab P

8 juil. 2020

very nice course. I would definitely recommend it to cosmology enthusiasts.

par Lluc G G

27 mai 2020

I have found this course very exciting and very well laid! Congratulations.

par DR A K A

16 juin 2019

I am very Thankfull for organizing, desigining for such a wonderful course.

par Sergey S

13 avr. 2018

Very informative, interesting and fascinating! Great course, great teacher.

par Pavithra M

25 juin 2020

Yea had a great time learning her.. Learning experience was really so good

par Kimika S

16 mai 2017

I learned so much more about the universe, and I can't wait to learn more!

par Mukund R S

27 nov. 2016

Probably the best course I have taken - perfect introduction to Cosmology.

par Federico A

14 avr. 2016

an excellent course,only one problem: it explain a little bit of equations

par Ridima S

15 août 2020

The lecturer was really good at explaining concepts. Thank you very much.

par Sachin P

17 juil. 2020

Great introduction to astronomy and good explanations of complex topics.

par Tim L

29 mars 2017

Just brilliant. This is one of the best Coursera courses I've ever done.

par Jorge G B

13 mai 2020

It is a really interesting and well prepared course. Thank you very much

par gaurang a

19 févr. 2018

A great teacher a great explanation together combined for a great course

par michael d

10 nov. 2020

excellent updated information on current research a bit too much maths