Baryonic Matter and Dark Energy

Author: Reeves, H.

Source: Space Science Reviews, Volume 100, Numbers 1-4, January 2002 , pp. 311-316(6)

Publisher: Springer

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Abstract:

Estimates of the baryonic density of the universe can be obtained applicable to different epochs of the cosmic history. Ancient values are in satisfactory agreement with each others. However, there seems to be a deficit in the contemporary universe. One aim of this meeting was an exploration of the various sites where these baryons could possibly hide. In the second part of this talk, the status of the recently discovered `dark energy' and its possible influence in the far future of the universe are briefly discussed.

Document Type: Regular Paper

Affiliations: (e-mail: hreeves@club-internet.fr)

Publication date: January 1, 2002

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