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New Map of Early Universe Pushes Back Date of Big Bang

March 21, 2013
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A map of the cosmic microwave background shows the universe is a bit older and expanding a bit more slowly than scientists thought.

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Spacecraft Gives "Baby Picture" of Universe

Spacecraft Gives "Baby Picture" of Universe

AP (Mar. 21, 2013) — New results from looking at the split-second after the Big Bang indicate the universe is 80 million years older than previously thought, but core concepts in physics about the cosmos seem to be on the right track.
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3 Ways The Universe May End

3 Ways The Universe May End

Buzz60 (Feb. 6, 2015) — I hate to break it to you, but the universe seems to have an expiration date. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains 3 examples of how the universe could end. None are really exciting. Video provided by Buzz60
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New Simulation Shows Evolution Of The Universe

New Simulation Shows Evolution Of The Universe

Newsy (May 7, 2014) — An MIT team created a complex simulation that evolves a universe much like our own from shortly after the Big Bang to the present. Video provided by Newsy
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