A new study used data from both Hubble and Gaia in order to obtain the most precise measurements of cosmic expansion to date.
A recent paper by Harvest professor Dr. Abraham Loeb takes another look at an issue he has been addressing for years, which is how humanity might survive the accelerating expansion of the Universe.
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In a new study, an astrophysicist proposed how an advanced civilization might survive the inevitable expansion of the Universe, and how me might search for them.
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In a series of new studies, an international team of researchers found that if we live in a multiverse, it is likely to be as habitable as our own.
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Using data from the Dark Energy Survey Supernova program, a team of astronomers recently found 72 supernovae, the largest number discovered to date
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A new survey performed by the SHoES team using Hubble has confirmed that the Universe is in an accelerated rate of expansion.
Using data from the Sloan Digitial Sky Survey, an Indian team of astronomers has discovered one of the largest cosmic structures to date – the Saraswati Supercluster!
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A team of astrophysicists from UZH has simulated the formation of the entire Universe, producing a catalog that will help unlock the secrets of the “Dark Universe”.
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A new study by a team of researchers from UBC proposes a new vision of Dark Energy, where fluctuations in spacetime allow for a net expanding effect that is slowly accelerating
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When the WFIRST observatory comes online in the mid 2020s, it will take images 100 times larger than the Hubble.
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