Adventures in Cosmology
This volume tells of the quest for cosmology as seen by some of the finest cosmologists in the world. It starts with OC Galaxy Formation from Start to FinishOCO and ends with OC The First Supermassive Black Holes in the Universe, OCO exploring in between the grand themes of galaxies, the early universe, expansion of the universe, dark matter and dark energy. This up-to-date collection of review articles offers a general introduction to cosmology and is intended for all probing into the profound questions on where we came from and where we are going."
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From Start to Finish Andrew Benson
3 The Reionization of Cosmic Hydrogen by the First Galaxies Abraham Loeb
4 Clusters of Galaxies Elena Pierpaoli
5 Reionizing the Universe with the First Sources of Light Volker Bromm
6 Mapping the Cosmic Dawn Steven Furlanetto
7 Neutrino Masses from Cosmology Ofer Lahav and Shaun Thomas
8 Measuring the Expansion Rate of the Universe Laura Ferrarese
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