Afterglow of Big Bang Blurs the Standard Model


The Standard Model of cosmology describes this history of the universe, from the first seconds after the Big Bang to the current day. The beauty of it: The model explains, with only six parameters, everything known today about the birth and evolution of the universe. Nonetheless, the model may now have reached its limits.


“Fluctuations of Dark Matter Across the Cosmos have Changed Over Billions of Years”


“Fluctuations measured by the Planck Satellite are like a precise arrow shot from the early Universe, and we have measured where the arrow landed with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam,” said Surhud More, Inter-University Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics.


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