The rate of universal expansion is accelerating to the point that light from other galaxies will someday never reach us. Is it possible that this has already happened to an extent? Are there things forever out of our view? Do we have any way of really knowing the size of the universe? (2018)
Star Size Comparison (2019)
ELI5: The universe is made up of atoms which are made out of subatomic particles which are in turn made up of quarks. Do we know if this daisy chain stops, or, like a true five-year old, will be always be asking “and then what?” (2019)
TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time (2019)
How Our Universe Could Emerge as a Hologram (2019)
How Galaxies Can Move Faster Than Light (2020)
The Caterpillar Project - Understanding the building blocks of the Milky Way.
Universe’s structure and history
Timelapse of the Future: A Journey to the End of Time (2019)
Can we extrapolate, what the universe beyond the observable universe looks like (will look like?) from its "fingerprint" in the cosmic background radiation?
Probing cosmic isotropy with a new X-ray galaxy cluster sample through the LX–T scaling relation (2019)
Beyond the Cosmic Horizon (2019)
Event Horizons, Singularities and Other Exotic Spacetime Phenomena (2020) (HN)