Powerful observatories like Hubble and the Very Large Telescope have pushed our vision billions of light-years into the Universe, allowing us to see further and further back in time. But there are regions which we still haven’t seen: the Cosmic Dark Ages. What’s it going to take to observe some of these earliest moments in the Universe?
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- Peering toward the Cosmic Dark Ages (Earthsky.org)
- Chronology of the universe (Wikipedia)
- The Universe’s Dark Ages: How Our Cosmos Survived (Space.com)
- Planck pins down the end of the cosmic ‘dark ages’ (Physicsworld.com)
- Epoch of Reionization (MIT)
- First Light & Reionization (JWST)
- LOFAR Radio Array (Main site)
- LOFAR (Wikipedia)
- Square Kilometre Array (Wikipedia)
- The HST Key Project to Measure the Hubble Constant (STSCI)