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Cosmology at a crossroads

Nature Astronomy volume 1, Article number: 0121 (2017) | Download Citation

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We are at an interesting juncture in cosmology. Despite vast improvements in the measurement accuracy of the Hubble constant, a recent tension has arisen that is either signalling new physics or as-yet unrecognized uncertainties.

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  1. Wendy L. Freedman is at the University of Chicago, 5640 Ellis Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60637, USA.

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