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Zeroing in on Hubble's Constant

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Uploaded on Feb 28, 2009

The rate at which the universe is expanding, a value known as the Hubble constant, has been hotly debated for the last 80 years. Now the director of the Carnegie Observatories, Wendy Freedman, will lead a team who will slash the uncertainty of this value to just 3% via the new Carnegie Hubble Program using NASAs space-based Spitzer telescope.

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