Beyond Hubble’s Constant –“A New Age of the Universe”

  “Eventually, we reach the utmost limits of our telescopes.There we measure shadows and search among ghostly errors of measurement for landmarks that are scarcely more substantial,” wrote Edwin Hubble in 1916, inventor of the famous “constant” that describes how fast the universe is expanding at different distances from a particular point in space, implying … Continue reading Beyond Hubble’s Constant –“A New Age of the Universe”