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A space telescope designed to peer into the enigma of the “Big Bang” has served up its first overall image of the cosmos
The picture “is an extraordinary treasure chest of new data for astronomers,”
Planck is designed to look at radiation in the microwave part of the energy spectrum.
By the end of its mission in 2012, Mr. Planck should have completed four all-sky scans, ESA said. The data release of the CMBR
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Question: Shouldn't the article say cosmos instead of universe?
Question2: Isn't that a MASSIVE typo implying something much more than it is?