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Una segunda inflación pudo provocar reajustes en la cantidad de materia oscura. Fuente: Laboratorio Nacional Brookhaven. 106/01/16

Una segunda inflación pudo provocar reajustes en la cantidad de materia oscura. Fuente: Laboratorio Nacional Brookhaven. 106/01/16

Hubble

Hubble

Lissy Elle Laricchia Photography

Lissy Elle Laricchia Photography

REVELAN LA "LUZ MÁS ANTIGUA" DEL UNIVERSO. La Agencia Espacial Europea (ESA, por sus siglas en inglés) divulgó un espectacular mapa de la "luz más vieja" en el cosmos.

Revelan la "luz más antigua" del Universo

REVELAN LA "LUZ MÁS ANTIGUA" DEL UNIVERSO. La Agencia Espacial Europea (ESA, por sus siglas en inglés) divulgó un espectacular mapa de la "luz más vieja" en el cosmos.

¿No hubo Big Bang?: Una ecuación cuántica demostraría que el universo no tiene inicio

¿No hubo Big Bang?: Una ecuación cuántica demostraría que el universo no tiene inicio

#factfoto #fact #mole

#factfoto #fact #mole

Big Bang Bubble Boogie is a collaborative game for any number of players that marries the game mechanics of Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) and whack-a-mole.  The purpose of the game is to hit the button the corresponds to the color of the bubble that appears on the screen. As the player goes through levels, more bubbles appear at a faster rate.

Big Bang Bubble Boogie is a collaborative game for any number of players that marries the game mechanics of Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) and whack-a-mole. The purpose of the game is to hit the button the corresponds to the color of the bubble that appears on the screen. As the player goes through levels, more bubbles appear at a faster rate.

New model of cosmic stickiness favors “Big Rip” demise of universe - http://scienceblog.com/79082/model-cosmic-stickiness-favors-big-rip-demise-universe/

New model of cosmic stickiness favors “Big Rip” demise of universe - http://scienceblog.com/79082/model-cosmic-stickiness-favors-big-rip-demise-universe/

Scientists colliding atoms of lead with protons (illustrated) in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, near Geneva, produced tiny droplets of plasma which were thought to exist in the moments after the Big Bang

World's smallest droplets suggest universe evolved from a liquid

Scientists colliding atoms of lead with protons (illustrated) in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, near Geneva, produced tiny droplets of plasma which were thought to exist in the moments after the Big Bang

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