This week on JPL/Nasa, there is a pretty interesting article on THE COSMIC INFRARED BACKGROUND CIB with photos taken by the Herschel Space Observatory- this intrgiues me very much, as it is the infrared version of CMB – and well worth a read. Herschel Measures Dark Matter for Star-Forming Galaxies A region of the sky […]
There is so much great and exciting news around at the moment, and most of you have probably read some of the articles of the most distant object, well for those who havenâ€™t Iâ€™ve been reading furiously about many of these latest developments, and have a list of articles and papers and photo that you
12:14 04 September 2006 by Stephen Battersby (Image: NASA) Cosmologists study the universe as a whole: its birth, growth, shape, size and eventual fate. The vast scale of the universe became clear in the 1920s when Edwin Hubble proved that “spiral nebulae” are actually other galaxies like ours, millions to billions of light years away.
12:14 04 September 2006 by Stephen Battersby For similar stories, visit the Cosmology Topic Guide Cosmology is one of the most creative and bizarre areas of science. Explore some of the strangest ideas in this exclusive feature Could space-time actually be a “superfluid” substance, scattered with whirling vortices? (Image: Forex/Rex Features) 1. Clashing branes Could