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written by Joanne D Cohn
This site provides a current look at both what theoretical cosmologists already know about our universe and also what is not known.  It also describes the discovery of the expansion of the universe, the role of type Ia supernovae, simulations of large scale structure, detection of dark matter by examining clusters of galaxies, and gravitational lensing, and the Cosmic Microwave Background.
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Keywords: CMB, Cosmic Microwave background, Gravitational lensing, Hubble's constant, expansion, universe
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