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Friday, November 22, 2013

Map of the faint glow of radiation left over from the earliest light of the big bang. The latest data suggests the universe is expanding at a slower rate than thought, making it roughly 80m years older at 13.82bn years.

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Map of the faint glow of radiation left over from the earliest light of the big bang. The latest data suggests the universe is expanding at a slower rate than thought, making it roughly 80m years older at 13.82bn years.
Map of the faint glow of radiation left over from the earliest light of the big bang. The latest data suggests the universe is expanding at a slower rate than thought, making it roughly 80m years older at 13.82bn years.
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Fly Geyser Rocks, rich colors given by minerals
Fly Geyser Rocks, rich colors given by minerals
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The Glowing Eye Credit: HST/NASA/ESAThe glowing eye of NGC 6751 in the constellation Aquila, the nebula is a cloud of gas ejected several thousand years ago from the hot star visible in its center.
The Glowing Eye Credit: HST/NASA/ESAThe glowing eye of NGC 6751 in the constellation Aquila, the nebula is a cloud of gas ejected several thousand years ago from the hot star visible in its center.
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