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The expansion rate of the universe

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Wendy Freedman presents the 2001 George Darwin Lecture on present and future advances in cosmology.

Modern cosmology is undergoing an explosion of observational and experimental results that is in turn driving significant theoretical advances and a dynamic interface between theory and experiment. As a consequence, cosmological parameters are becoming much more precisely constrained. In this, the George Darwin lecture for 2001, I look back at the some of the advances made since Edwin Hubble presented his George Darwin lecture in 1953, and look ahead to the resolution of significant cosmological uncertainties.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-02-01

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