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THE VERY FIRST INSTANT IN TIME [INBOUND 2014]

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The Very First Instant in Time 
Schuyler Erle 
Idibon, Inc.

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Hubble’s first discovery of Cepheid variable stars in the Andromeda Galaxy

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Why do (say) A and B look so similar if they can’t see each other yet?

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In April, scientists at Stanford announced the discovery of evidence supporting "cosmic inflation", a scientific theory which describes the very first moments of our entire universe. We'll delve into the history of cosmology to illuminate the theory, what the new evidence really means, and how we arrived at such an incredibly detailed understanding of the majestic cosmos we inhabit.

In April, scientists at Stanford announced the discovery of evidence supporting "cosmic inflation", a scientific theory which describes the very first moments of our entire universe. We'll delve into the history of cosmology to illuminate the theory, what the new evidence really means, and how we arrived at such an incredibly detailed understanding of the majestic cosmos we inhabit.

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THE VERY FIRST INSTANT IN TIME [INBOUND 2014]

  1. 1. The Very First Instant in Time Schuyler Erle Idibon, Inc.
  2. 2. Hubble’s first discovery of Cepheid variable stars in the Andromeda Galaxy
  3. 3. Why do (say) A and B look so similar if they can’t see each other yet?
  4. 4. Schuyler Erle @schuyler Idibon, Inc. idibon.com

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