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Physicists in Earth’s remotest corners race to reproduce ‘cosmic dawn’ signal

Long Wavelength Array at Owen’s Valley, California

The Owens Valley Radio Observatory in California hosts the LEDA experiment, one ofmany trying to probe the first few hundred million years of cosmic history. Credit: Danny C. Price

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Nature 557, 15-16 (2018)


Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 02 May 2018: An earlier version of the caption for the first image implied that the picture is of the LEDA experiment. In fact, it is the Owens Valley Long Wavelength Array, which hosts the experiment.


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