Perhaps the Universe began with a big bounce rather than a big bang.
A new survey of more than a million galaxies supports the standard model of cosmology.
Dark energy isn’t some magical idea we’ve dreamt up to fit our models.
A new measurements for the Hubble parameter raises interesting questions, but whether it leads to a new understanding of cosmic expansion and dark energy is yet to be seen.
The tale presents two paths: either rely upon the evidence of present observation, or rely upon past evidence of a fading truth.
The cosmic infrared background radiates the heat of the night sky.
Most of the universe we can observe is forever beyond our reach.
There is a bit of tension between different measurements of the universe, and it may mean our cosmological model is wrong.
In science we rely upon evidence, which raises the question of whether such parallel universes could ever be observed. The answer is … maybe?