You can read a bit about the work of my colleague Elena Pierpaoli and her postdocs and students in this article in one of USC’s in-house publications. It focuses on the Planck observatory (image right from NASA/ESA), which we’ve discussed here before. (Recall the launch?) There’s a lot of exciting physics about the very young universe to be discovered as more data from the mission get gathered and analyzed.
Enjoy the article!
On this day on Asymptotia...
- Hanging with the Funny People - 2009
- When We Left Earth - 2008
- Roz Chast On Physics - 2007
- Reality Calls - 2007
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