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How can we know so much and yet so little? No matter how much of the Universe we explore using incredible invention, no matter how many Computer models we generate or miles of math we scrawl upon chalkboards, we are still just beginning to unravel the story of our vast universe.

For as long as humans have existed, we've marvelled at distant pinpricks of light and passing fireballs. Building complex math Systems, uncovering the physics of our own planet, parsing hundreds of years of telescope data, and enlisting incredible technology like the James WebbTelescope allow us to see backto the very beginning of time.We can now send probes to the edges of our solar System and radio messages to distant interstellar locations. We've placed humans — the same who once wandered the Savannah — on the surface of the moon to sample its materials, and landed a satellite onto a moving comet! And yet...

In this series we will attempt to shine a light on some of the universe’s most intriguing and baffling questions. What do we not know and why? And how can we crack the code to find answers to these cosmic conundrums? From dark matter to the size of the universe, alternate dimensions and the enigma at the centre of every black hole, what lies out beyond our field of comprehension?