New data fuel debate on universe’s expansion rate

Quasar observations support higher value for Hubble constant

five quasars

TWINKLING LIGHTS  Five quasars, shown, helped scientists make a new measurement of the universe’s expansion rate.

ESA/Hubble, NASA, Suyu et al.

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