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Relic Radiation
Relic Radiation from the Primeval Fireball.
The Discovery of the Cosmic Background Radiation
An article about the history of the background radiation discovery.
Introduction to cosmic microwave background and its research by the Boomerang Collaboration.
The Microwave Background Radiation
Detailed description of what the microwave background radiation is by Jose Wudka.
A New Picture of the Early Universe
Results of new high-precision observations of the relic radiation from the Big Bang. Press Release 2002/04 from Jodrell Bank Observatory.
Fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background
Analysis of Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) satellite results on temperature variations or fluctuations of Cosmic Microwave Background by NASA GSFC.
Cosmic Background Radiation
Online lecture by James Schombert at the University of Oregon website on cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation.
The Cosmic Microwave Background
The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation webpage by Douglas Scott at the website of the University of British Columbia. Includes introducrion to CMB, answers to frequently asked questions, links to relevant resources as well as scientific papers of the author.
Max Tegmark's cosmic microwave background data analysis center: experiments
This site contains up-to-date links to cosmic microwave background (CMB) resources across the globe, focusing on data analysis.
The Cosmic Microwave Background
An article by A.W. Jones and A.N. Lasenby at Living Reviews in Relativity website.
A Beginner's Guide to the Cosmic Microwave Background
Provided at Mullard Space Science Laboratory website.
The Physics of Microwave Background Anisotropies
CMB theory pages by Wayne Hu, Associate Professor, University of Chicago.
Cosmic microwave background radiation
Information on CMB by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
An online lecture at the Ohio State University website by professor Barbara Ryden.
LAMBDA - Legacy Archive for Microwave Background Data
NASA's data center for Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) research. This site provides CMB researchers with archive data from NASA missions, software tools, and links to other sites of interest.
The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
Robert Woodrow Wilson – Nobel Lecture
The Cosmic Background Imager
The Cosmic Background Imager (CBI) is a special-purpose radio telescope designed to study the cosmic microwave background radiation from the early universe. California Institute of Technology web site.
The Cosmic Background Radiation
Introduction to Microwave Background from the University of Tennessee's Dept. of Physics & Astronomy.
What is the cosmic microwave background?
An article by Ulf Torkelsson from the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the Gothenburg University.
The Forefront of Space Science: The Night Sky is Bright !? - Exploring the First Light in the Universe
An article by Toshio Matsumoto at the website of Japan's Institute of Space and Astronautical Science.
A Creator's Possible Calling Card - Sky and Telescope article
If our universe was artificially created, those responsible could have left a message in the cosmic microwave background.
Galaxies and the Universe - Cosmic Microwave Background - WWW Course Notes
Webpages by Dr. William C. Keel of the University of Alabama.
Is the universe out of round? - Astronomy Magazine article
A new analysis of the cosmic microwave background suggests the universe is 1-percent football.
Dark Matter Annihilation at the Centre of the Milky Way - a Universe Today article
Astronomers believe that Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation is the glow of dark matter getting annihilated.
'Axis of evil' a cause for cosmic concern - a New Scientist article
Evidence is growing that an apparent pattern imprinted on the radiation left behind after the big bang may be real, posing a threat to standard cosmology.
Cold Evidence For A Cosmic 'Texture'? - Sky and Telescope article
A ripple in the cosmic background radiation hints at an irregularity in spacetime. . . maybe
Background Radiation, Gamma Ray
An essay from the Astronomy and Astrophysics Encyclopedia by Carl E. Fitchel.
APOD: 2003 February 17 - Universe Age from the Microwave Background
Sky map taken by the WMAP satellite orbiting the Sun at the L2 point.
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