Universe’s Expansion Rate Still Hard to Pin Down

Velocity that Cosmologists Keep Trying to Measure

Good Estimate of How Fast the Universe is Expanding

Type of Exploded Star Called a Type 1a Supernova

They End Up with Two Different Results

Objective Way to Validate Earlier Estimates

Infrared Images from the Hubble Space Telescope

Surface Brightness Fluctuation: New Way to Measure

New Measurement Reinforces the Same Discrepancy

Cold Dark Matter Simplistic Rather than Simple?

Next Step Involves the James Webb Space Telescope

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I write for those who find meaning in discoveries about space, living things, and humanity. I also write content marketing stories for select B2B clients.

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