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In the 1950's astronomers were divided between those who believed the universe began in a cosmic explosion (the "big bang") with those who favored the model of an eternal and infinite steady-state universe.

(A) universe began in a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") with
(B) universe began with a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") and
(C) universe had a beginning a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") or
(D) universe's beginning was a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") or
(E) universe's beginning was a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") against
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In the 1950's astronomers were divided between those
who believed the universe began in a cosmic explosion
(the "big bang") with
those who favored the model
of an eternal and infinite steady-state universe.

Answer is B

Idiom is "between x and y"
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I will go with B.

'between X and Y' is idiomatically correct.
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