Cosmic question mark

The Planck mission’s data put a kink in precision cosmology

STAR TRACK  The Gaia spacecraft (illustrated above) is collecting data on position and motion for about 1 billion stars in the galaxy. The data may help resolve controversy over the pace of the universe’s expansion.

Milky Way: Serge Brunier/ESO; Gaia: D. Ducros /ESA

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