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  • The Cosmological Constant - Review article by Sean Carroll (Caltech) on one of the most important open cosmological questions: the physics behind the acceleration of cosmic expansion. Requires undergraduate physics knowledge. Published in the electronic review journal, Living Reviews in Relativity
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  • Dark Energy Survey - Project aiming to understand why the universe is accelerating and not being slowed by the mass it contains.
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  • Quintessence and the Cosmological Constant - A review of the basic idea of the cosmological constant, and of proposals to replace it by a time-varying field. By Michael Doran and Christof Wetterich.
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  • Supernova Cosmology Project - Homepage of a research project based at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, dedicated to using observations of supernova explosions to measure the distance of far-away galaxies; this, in turn allows one to map the properties of cosmic expansion.
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