20. Supernovae Ia and Vacuum Energy Density



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MIT 8.286 The Early Universe, Fall 2013
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/8-286F13
Instructor: Alan Guth

In this lecture, the professor first talked about supernovae type Ia; summarized the age of the universe and radiation flux versus redshift; and talked about vacuum energy density.

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4 Responses

  1. "…bringing dt to one side and dx to the other" 🙂 I am sure if I had said this on my math exams I would have been kicked out 🙂

  2. M W says:

    Love these. So good.

  3. A big thanks to MIT for all this benevolent education series.It will surely help aspiring students.

  4. Alan Guth, would be an honor to be taught by him

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