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Cosmology is the study of the large-scale structure and history of the universe. In particular, it deals with subjects regarding its origin. It is studied by Astronomy, Philosophy, and Religion. See also cosmogony.

Subjects in cosmology include:

Table of contents
1 Physical cosmology
2 Alternative cosmology
3 See also
4 External references

Physical cosmology

According to the proposed extreme circumstances during the first minutes of the universe's history, Big Bang cosmologists often co-operate with scientists from areas such as Particle physics.

Alternative cosmology

Main article: Non-standard cosmology

Non-standard physical cosmologies

Philosophical cosmology

Religious cosmology

See also

External references

General subfields within astronomy Edit
Astrometry | Cosmology | Galactic astronomy | Extragalactic astronomy | Galaxy formation and evolution
Planetology | Stellar astronomy | Stellar evolution | Star formation