Before there was a single galaxy or star, before there was even the cosmic microwave background, the Universe was filled with light. At last, science knows why.
Arno Penzias and Bob Wilson at the location of the antenna in Holmdel, New Jersey, where the cosmic microwave background was first identified.
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First Planck results: the Universe is still weird and interesting We get a new view of the cosmic microwave background, courtesy of the ESA.
Cosmic microwave background | New Scientist
What is the CMB? The radiation left from the early stages of the universe is called cosmic microwave background radiation. When the univer...
This map shows the light from 380,000 years after the Big Bang in our universe, called the cosmic microwave background, detected by the Planck mission with the greatest precision yet.