Scientists capture what the Universe looked like just 100,000 years after the Big Bang - and provide clues to how it all began



The furthest look back through time yet - 100 years to 300,000 years after the Big Bang - has provided enticing new clues as to what might have happened.
U.S. researchers have conducted an extensive analysis of the thermal radiation left over from the Big Bang, also known as cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation.
Their analysis supports the theory that the Big Bang occurred between 13.798 and 0.037 billion years ago, creating our subsequent Universe.
U.S. researchers have conducted an extensive analysis of the thermal radiation left over from the Big Bang, also known as cosmic... read more

 
9 August 2013 in Science &Technology, Views: 24
Source: Daily Mail
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