The afterglow of the Big Bang, the cosmic microwave background (CMB), is one of our best tools to study the beginning of the Universe and how it works. Find out how we look at this “baby picture” to infer how our Universe works, what it has taught us, and what else we hope to learn. Discover how astrophysicists are building extremely sensitive tools to precisely measure the CMB, and join us on a virtual tour to find out about how scientists live and work at one of the most remote observatories on Earth: the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
Speaker: Cyndia Yu, Stanford
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