How to Build a UNIVERSE
Building a universe is an engineering challenge. To get light in the universe,you will need to make stars in big chambers that have hydrogen gas which is heated about 100 million degrees. The machine squeezes the hydrogen and turns it into helium.Elements are created in it and explodes. The super nova is the biggest explosion. The super nova scattered all the ingredients needed to build everything. During the explosion you will get Oxygen,Carbon, Iron and all other elements to make planets, and even us. In that sense everything is created from stardust. After the super nova there is a cloud of gas and dust known as a nebula which provides ingredients for other stars. So people can build there own star from the ingredients of the super nova, the star will be called the sun. The real sun took around 50 million years to form,but people can do it in seconds. To make all the planets in our solar system you'll need dust and gas. The first planet that ever formed is Jupiter.
To have a bright universe you will need more stars than all the grains of sand on beaches on earth.
LITTLE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PLANETS: Mercury is the closest planet to the sun which explains why its atmosphere has been burnt away. Mercury is the smallest planet of the 8 planets. (Pluto is a dwarf planet.) It has an orbital period of about 88 earth days.
Venus is the second closest planet to the sun. In the early days Venus used to be a bigger planet than we see it now, all the planets had smashed together which made all of the planets and Pluto much more smaller, there used to be more planets in the Milky Way but they all fell apart. Those planets still exist though,all the chunks of planet turned into rock and sit beside Jupiter now plus it has been named the sate roid
There is a enormous volcano on Mars and it is 3 times higher than Mount Everest. Mars is the 4th closest planet to the sun and the 2nd smallest planet,after Mercury. Even though Mercury is the closest planet to the sun Mars is the hottest planet because of its giant volcano. Mars is often known as the red planet because the iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives a reddish appearance.
Jupiter is the biggest planet in the Milky Way and it is so big that it is bigger than all the planets put together. Jupiter is the 5th closest planet to sun and the