Peter Coles

What happened in the Big Bang ? How did galaxies form ? Is the universe accelerating ? What is dark matter ? What caused the ripples in the cosmic microwave background ? These are just some of the questions todays cosmologists are trying to answer. This book is an accessible and non-technical introduction to the history of cosmology and the latest developments in the field. It is the ideal starting point for anyone curious about the universe and how it began.

Jun 21, 2018 ... One of our greatest challenges in cosmology is understanding the origin of the structure of the universe. I will describe how the cosmic ...

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Mattio Müllers

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Jason Leghmann

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Jessica Kolhmann

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