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Big Bang's First Moments Scrutinized By Space Telescope [Video]
posted October 21 2013 9:04.25 by spic0m




The European Space Agency's Planck Observatory has delivered many discoveries in its 4.5 year career, ranging from our Milky Way backyard to the first few moments of the Universe, 13.82 billion years ago.


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