HMC Physics Colloquium
Tuesdays at 16:30 in Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning, Room B460
University of California at Los Angeles
Nov. 11, 2008
We now know the Universe is so big that we can see nearly all the way back to the origin of the Universe by observing the "oldest light in the Universe," which is the CMB. From this we can infer the processes that occurred during the first picosecond after the Big Bang that produced the seeds that grew to form galaxies and large scale structure.