Early Dark Energy Can Solve Mystery Of Universe Expansion
The Morning Standard|September 20, 2021
The 4th ingredient

COSMOLOGY

HUMANS could be close to solving a long-standing conundrum about the rate of expansion of the Universe.

Cosmologists have found signs of an ‘early dark energy’ that might have existed at the start of the Universe – in the first 3,00,000 years after the Big Bang.

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