Before there was a single galaxy or star, before there was even the cosmic microwave background, the Universe was filled with light. At last, science knows why.

Science Uncovers The Origin Of The First Light In The Universe

Before there was a single galaxy or star, before there was even the cosmic microwave background, the Universe was filled with light. At last, science knows why.

Arno Penzias and Bob Wilson at the location of the antenna in Holmdel, New Jersey, where the cosmic microwave background was first identified.

Science Uncovers The Origin Of The First Light In The Universe

Arno Penzias and Bob Wilson at the location of the antenna in Holmdel, New Jersey, where the cosmic microwave background was first identified.

78 отметок «Нравится», 3 комментариев — Emout.org (@emout_astronomia) в Instagram: «Why would this cluster of galaxy punch a hole in the cosmic microwave background (CMB)? First, the…»

78 отметок «Нравится», 3 комментариев — Emout.org (@emout_astronomia) в Instagram: «Why would this cluster of galaxy punch a hole in the cosmic microwave background (CMB)? First, the…»

P.i.P. says: (2 of 2) Some food for thought about the Cosmic Microwave Background ...  (P.i.P.)

P.i.P. says: (2 of 2) Some food for thought about the Cosmic Microwave Background ... (P.i.P.)

P.i.P. says: (1 of 2) Some food for thought about the Cosmic Microwave Background ...  (P.i.P.)

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First Planck results: the Universe is still weird and interesting  We get a new view of the cosmic microwave background, courtesy of the ESA.

First Planck results: the Universe is still weird and interesting

Planck reveals an almost perfect Universe / Planck / Space Science / Our Activities / ESA

Before there was a single galaxy or star, before there was even the cosmic microwave background, the Universe was filled with light. At last, science knows why.

Science Uncovers The Origin Of The First Light In The Universe

Before there was a single galaxy or star, before there was even the cosmic microwave background, the Universe was filled with light. At last, science knows why.

Cosmic microwave background | New Scientist

The latest hi-res map of cosmic radiation suggests the universe is about billion years old, or older than previously thought. You can see fuzzier images of the radiation, called "snow," on any analog TV. from New Scientist

What is the CMB?   The radiation left from the early stages of the universe is called cosmic microwave background radiation. When the univer...

What is the CMB? The radiation left from the early stages of the universe is called cosmic microwave background radiation. When the univer...

This map shows the light from 380,000 years after the Big Bang in our universe, called the cosmic microwave background, detected by the Planck mission with the greatest precision yet.

'The Universe is slowly dying,' study shows - CNN.com

This map shows the light from years after the Big Bang in our universe, called the cosmic microwave background, detected by the Planck mission with the greatest precision yet.

Ask Ethan #88: Where is the Cosmic Microwave Background? — Starts With A Bang! — Medium

Ask Ethan #88: Where is the Cosmic Microwave Background?

Dark energy is real, say astronomers — Dark energy, a mysterious substance thought to be speeding up the expansion of the Universe is really there, according to a team of astronomers at the University of Portsmouth and LMU University Munich.

Throwback Thursday: The Science Of The Cosmic Microwave Background — Starts With A Bang! — Medium

Throwback Thursday: The Science Of The Cosmic Microwave Background

Throwback Thursday: The Science Of The Cosmic Microwave Background — Starts With A Bang!

Image of the Day: Evidence of a Past Universe? Circular Patterns in the Cosmic Microwave Background.

Scientist claims entire universe existed before Big Bang Cosmic radiation discovered by NASA is older than Big Bang Universe left trail of radiation forming in concentric circles

The fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background, as seen by Planck. Image credit: ESA and the Planck collaboration.

Ask Ethan: Is The Universe Expanding Faster Than Expected?

The anisotropies of the Cosmic microwave background (CMB) as observed by Planck © esa.

Squeezing more information out of the cosmic microwave background  While waiting for Planck, researchers are using CMB to spot galaxy clusters.

Squeezing more information out of the cosmic microwave background

First Image of the Cosmic Microwave Background (evidence of the Big Bang), by George Smoot/NASA COBE (from observations taken

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