From an almost perfect universe to the best of both worlds

Paris (ESA) Jul 18, 2018 The world's scientific press had either gathered in ESA's Paris headquarters or logged in online, along with a multitude of scientists around the globe, to witness the moment when ESA's Planck mission revealed its 'image' of the cosmos. This image was taken not with visible light but with microwaves. Whereas light that our eyes can see is composed of small wavelengths - less than a thousan

From an almost perfect universe to the best of both worlds

It was 21 March 2013. The world's scientific press had either gathered in ESA's Paris headquarters or logged in online, along with a multitude of scientists around the globe, to witness the ...

Wed 18 Jul 18 from Phys.org

From an almost perfect Universe to the best of both worlds, Tue 17 Jul 18 from ESA

From an almost perfect Universe to the best of both worlds, Wed 18 Jul 18 from SpaceDaily

Nasa works out precisely how fast universe is expanding – and finds result that could alter understanding of cosmos

Findings could be because dark energy is even more strange than we thought, or because an unknown particle is hiding in the universe

Fri 13 Jul 18 from The Independent

Hubble and Gaia team up to fuel cosmic conundrum

Using the power and synergy of two space telescopes, astronomers have made the most precise measurement to date of the universe's expansion rate.

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Phys.org

Observations of the early universe reaffirm the existence of dark matter and dark energy

Dark matter and dark energy may be weird and (as of now) inexplicable, but they do seem to exist.

Fri 20 Jul 18 from FOXNews

Observations of the Early Universe Reaffirm the Existence of Dark Matter and Dark Energy, Wed 18 Jul 18 from SPACE.com

Dark matter and dark energy are still key players in the universe

While we aren't really sure what dark matter and dark energy are, the final data released from ESA’s Planck mission confirms it apparently does exist.        

Thu 19 Jul 18 from USA today

Universe's Expansion Rate Is Different Depending on Where You Look

Our universe's rate of expansion keeps getting stranger.

Fri 13 Jul 18 from SPACE.com

Hubble, Gaia produce most precise measure of universe's expansion rate

By combining the observations of Gaia and Hubble, scientists have achieved the most precise measurement of the Hubble constant, the universe's expansion rate.

Thu 12 Jul 18 from UPI

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