This article brings up a question. This glow should be stronger in one direction, which can point us to the center of the universe. Is this possible?
Donald Burr Novato, Calif.
Studies of the microwave glow reveal that Earth is moving surprisingly quickly relative to the cosmic background radiation. But this motion is not evidence that the universe has a center, and most cosmologists believe that there is no center of the universe
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