Browse Dept. of Physics by Subject "Dark Energy"
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Examining the growth and evolution of magnetic fields in clusters of galaxies: a numerical perspective (2011-08-25)Magnetic fields are ubiquitous in galaxy cluster atmospheres and have a variety of astrophysical and cosmological consequences. Magnetic fields can contribute to the pressure support of clusters, affect thermal conduction, ...
(2010-08-20)Our understanding of cosmology, supported by different forms of observation have led to a standard model of cosmology called the $\Lambda$CDM model. This model combines the idea of isotropy and homogeneity, with the ...
(2011-08-25)\indent The field of theoretical cosmology consists of numerous, inter-related branches, whose ambitious goal is to uncover the history of the universe from its beginning to its future. Achieving this, no doubt, requires ...