Best maps of the universe, bugs and all

BABY PICTURES  Signatures of 13.8-billion-year-old radiation are mapped by ESA's Planck satellite in microwave and infrared frequencies. The maps allow astronomers to study the first moments of the universe.

Courtesy of C. Lawrence/Planck/ESA

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