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PLANCK reveals the Universe’s First Light

The best map ever made of the most ancient light in the universe — the remnant radiation left over from the Big Bang some 13 billion years ago — clarifies our understanding of the universe. The highly detailed image of the universe — produced by the European Space Agency’s Planck Space Telescope and the Planck collaboration of international scientists including a team from U of T —…

PLANCK ALERT: The Veils Come Off March 21st

The first cosmology data release from the Planck mission will take place March 21, 2013 in Paris, at 10 AM CET (4 AM EST).

The Planck results presented will include the world’s highest resolution all-sky map showing the detailed patterns in the remnant radiation left over from the Big Bang some 13 billion years ago. To create the map, the Planck scientists removed the bright foreground…

Outreach – Dr. Linda Strubbe leads the Nigeria Short Course in Astronomy

Outreach: Dr. Linda Strubbe leads the Nigeria Short Course in Astronomy

In October, 2013, CITA post-doctoral fellow Dr. Linda Strubbe led a team of three graduate students from the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics to teach a five-day short course in Astronomy.  The course was the culmination of 10 months of intense preparation and more than a year of planning, and was attended…

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