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Thales Alenia Space Leads Euclid Construction
2013-07-08 11:23:02

ESA The construction of ESA's Euclid space mission to explore the 'dark Universe' will be led by Italy's Thales Alenia Space as prime contractor, beginning the full industrial phase of the project. The announcement follows that of last month when Astrium Toulouse was confirmed to build the payload module - the telescope and optical bench carrying the science instruments. Euclid will be launched in 2020 to explore the roles played by dark energy and dark matter in the evolution of the...

2013-06-04 23:28:17

Louis Del Monte´s webisodes aim to address scientifically how the universe will end. Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) June 04, 2013 In his newest two-part webisode, “End of the Universe”, author, physicist and CEO, Louis A. Del Monte gives a scientific view of how the universe is likely to end in the extremely distant future. “The topic I chose for my latest webisode on the ℠End of the Universe´ was not meant to frighten viewers, but rather to illuminate what...

2013-01-12 05:01:47

A cerebral volume that basically presents the analyses of the human scientific knowledge and its significance and contribution to a better understanding of the creation of the universe and life on earth Brazil (PRWEB) January 12, 2013 The universe and life on earth are like a labyrinth that needed to be solved. They pose many questions that relentlessly seeking for answers. How the universe was created? How will it end? Did God made it? What is the truth about extra-terrestrial life,...

2012-07-23 10:48:26

Dark energy makes up about 70 percent of the current content of the Universe and thus holds the ultimate fate of our Universe. Several possible scenarios are possible depending on the properties of dark energy; one is that the Universe will end in a so-called big rip. This interesting topic was recently explored by five researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China, the Institute of Theoretical Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Northeastern University, and...

2011-07-06 13:30:00

SILVER SPRING, Md., July 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --There is no more all-encompassing source of mystery than the universe. Since the dawn of humanity, its vastness has elicited endless wonder and questions that have consumed mankind's intellect and imagination. This summer, SCIENCE welcomes back Professor Brian Cox, the physicist whom the Los Angeles Times affectionately calls "the nerd who is cooler than you," for the four-part series WONDERS OF THE UNIVERSE. Expanding on the promise of...

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2010-10-17 09:05:00

A group of astrophysicists said the end of the world cannot be avoided, but it can be predicted, and see a 50/50 chance of the final countdown coming in about 3.7 billion years."Time is unlikely to end in our lifetime, but there is a 50 percent chance that time will end within the next 3.7 billion years," the team of US and Japanese scientists, who are challenging a long-standing theory of the universe, said.While scientists have long concluded that the universe will continue to expand for an...

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2009-02-16 08:40:00

During the next decade, a delicate measurement of primordial light could reveal convincing evidence for the popular cosmic inflation theory, which proposes that a random, microscopic density fluctuation in the fabric of space and time gave birth to the universe in a hot big bang approximately 13.7 billion years ago. Among the cosmologists searching for these weak signals will be John Carlstrom, the S. Chandrasekhar Distinguished Service Professor in Astronomy & Astrophysics at the...

2008-12-16 12:29:00

WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For the first time, astronomers have clearly seen the effects of "dark energy" on the most massive collapsed objects in the universe using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. By tracking how dark energy has stifled the growth of galaxy clusters and combining this with previous studies, scientists have obtained the best clues yet about what dark energy is and what the destiny of the universe could be. (Logo:...

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2008-12-16 13:10:00

For the first time, astronomers have clearly seen the effects of "dark energy" on the most massive collapsed objects in the universe using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. By tracking how dark energy has stifled the growth of galaxy clusters and combining this with previous studies, scientists have obtained the best clues yet about what dark energy is and what the destiny of the universe could be. This work, which took years to complete, is separate from other methods of dark energy research...

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2007-04-26 05:16:39

If you've ever wondered about the ultimate fate of the universe, Lawrence Krauss and Robert Scherrer have some good news - sort of. In a paper published online on April 25 in the journal Physical Review D, the two physicists show that matter as we know it will remain as the universe expands at an ever-increasing clip. That is, the current status quo between matter and its alter ego, radiation, will continue as the newly discovered force of dark energy pushes the universe apart. "Diamonds may...


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2004-10-19 04:45:41

Accelerating universe -- In the late 1990s, observations of type I supernova produced the unexpected result that the expansion of the universe appears to be accelerating. These observations appear more firm as new data has appeared. This means that the speed with which a distant galaxy recedes from us increases over time. If this trend continues, eventually we won't be able to see any other galaxies any more. This new theory of the end of the Universe has been called the Big Rip....

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