Besides the Big Bang, astronomers have just published a new hypothesis about the origin of the universe, in which the universe can be created after a star collapses into the black hole.
Experts say the hypothesis helps explain why the universe is expanding in all directions, according to a Nature report.
The present universe can be the "child" of a giant universe - (Photo: NASA)
According to the Big Bang hypothesis, the universe was created from a single point in the universe, but despite years of research, no one knew what triggered the explosion.
It also does not explain why the universe has almost uniform temperature.
The researchers analyzed that it seems that there is not enough time since the universe was born to achieve such a balanced temperature, according to News.com.au.
The group of astrophysics experts from the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Waterloo (Canada) has published a new hypothesis analysis report proposed by German experts earlier.
According to this hypothesis, the current universe is a three-dimensional block of membranes floating inside a 4-dimensional giant universe.
Experts say it is possible that a 4-dimensional star in the larger universe has been sucked into a black hole of that universe, and created a smaller universe that we are part of.