Dawid Radziszewski


in Lambdalambdalambda, Pristina, Kosovo

In the beginning, there was no Earth, or any Sun to warm it. Our Solar System, with its glowing central star and varied planets and moons, is a relative newcomer to the cosmos – a mere 4.567 billion years old. A lot had to happen before our world could emerge from the void.
from: Robert M. Hazen, The story of Earth: the first 4.5 billion years, from stardust to living planet, Penguin Books, New York, 2013, p. 7