21st Century Cosmology
Cosmology findings are increasing rapidly due to the new Research Tools available to astronomy scientists such as the CARMA (space array), the Hubble space borne telescope and others. I have been interested in Cosmology for many years and while I lived in Spain I used information collected from the Internet, once it became available, to give lectures on this subject to the English Speaking Group. This book is a summary of the latest cosmology research collected from the Internet plus information compiled after attending lectures at Caltech on cosmology research. One of the main thrusts of current cosmology research is searching for planets around nearby stars which may have life. The best telescopes when your author attended Caltech from 1947 thru 1951 was the 100 inch mirror in the Mount Wilson dome, later updated to the 200 inch mirror at the Palomar Observatory near San Diego. The new information about the cosmology is exploding at a rapid rate which I find exciting
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