Age of the universe: A new determination

9:47am, October 24, 2001

Analyzing the faint glow left over from the Big Bang, scientists report measuring the age of the cosmos with unprecedented accuracy. They claim the age they calculate, 14 billion years, is accurate to within half a billion years.

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