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#LINO19 Daily Recap – Tuesday, 2 July 2019

Isa Fünfhausen

#LINO19 Daily Recap – Tuesday, 2 July 2019

We are already four days into #LINO19 and there are so many great pictures, exceptional lectures and thought-provoking blog contributions. Have a look at our Daily Recap!

The Original Dark Side: Why a Not-So-Constant Constant Could Illuminate Dark Matter and Dark Energy

Ben Skuse

The Original Dark Side: Why a Not-So-Constant Constant Could Illuminate Dark Matter and Dark Energy

Nobel Laureate Adam Riess and fellow astrophysicists tackled some of the biggest questions in cosmology on day three of #LINO19.

7 Telescopes that make every astrophysicist go Wow!

Mark Kennedy

7 Telescopes that make every astrophysicist go Wow!

Just how big are optical telescopes?Just how big are optical telescopes?

Video: One Photon’s Journey with Saul Perlmutter

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Video: One Photon’s Journey with Saul Perlmutter

The third movie of the Nature Video Lindau Collection 2015 The third movie of the Nature Video Lindau Collection 2015

Gero von der Stein

Mini Lecture: Cosmology

How has our picture of the universe developed in the history of cosmology?

Beatrice Lugger

Nature Lindau video: Betting on the cosmos

Working out what happened in the moments after the Big Bang is difficult. Scientists can come up with theories, but in the end they are useful only if they can be tested. Nobel prizewinner Robert Laughlin is passionate about experiments. He challenges the students

Kelly Oakes

How most of the universe was lost

When Brian Schmidt got his PhD in astrophysics in 1993, he was one of less than a handful of people that year that graduated with a thesis on supernovae. Five years later, still working on exploding stars, he would be part of one of two teams that independently discovered that the universe was not only expanding, […]