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Dark energy - A problem of cosmic proportions

Three experiments are trying to figure out what is dark matter.

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The Big Bang

NASA page detailing the evidence for the big bang obtained from the study of cosmic background radiation (the CMB).

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Secrets of the early universe

Read how satellite observations of cosmic microwave background can tell us a lot about how the universe formed.

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Microworlds

A web site from the Advanced Light Source, a device that uses X-rays to explore the world of atoms. Aimed at a variety of levels.

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Cosmic variance

A blog written by a group of physicists and astrophysicists on the stuff that interests them: science but also arts, politics, culture, technology, academia, and miscellaneous trivia

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A Polarizing Discovery About the Big Bang!

Minutephysics looks at how polarised light in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) gave rise to the discovery of gravitational waves.

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Planck

Catch up with the latest news, videos and info on the Planck mission, which is studying the Cosmic Microwave Background – the relic radiation from the Big Bang.

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IceCube: A Giant Frozen Neutrino Catcher

This article explains how the IceCube detector will look for cosmic neutrinos from small flashes of light under thousands of metres of ice.

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The oldest light in the universe

The Cosmic Microwave Background, leftover light from the big bang, carries a wealth of information about the universe — for those who can read it.

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Max Theodor Felix von Laue

Biography of Max von Laue (1879 -1960), who received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1914 for his discovery of the diffraction of X-rays on crystals.

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