A flat Universe from high-resolution maps of the cosmic microwave background radiation

@article{Bernardis2000AFU,
  title={A flat Universe from high-resolution maps of the cosmic microwave background radiation},
  author={P. Bernardis and P. Ade and J. Bock and J. Bond and J. Borrill and A. Boscaleri and K. Coble and B. Crill and G. Gasperis and P. Farese and P. Ferreira and K. Ganga and M. Giacometti and E. Hivon and V. Hristov and A. Iacoangeli and A. Jaffe and A. Lange and L. Martinis and S. Masi and P. Mason and P. Mauskopf and A. Melchiorri and L. Miglio and T. Montroy and C. Netterfield and E. Pascale and F. Piacentini and D. Pogosyan and S. Prunet and S. Rao and G. Romeo and J. Ruhl and F. Scaramuzzi and D. Sforna and N. Vittorio},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={404},
  pages={955-959}
}
The blackbody radiation left over from the Big Bang has been transformed by the expansion of the Universe into the nearly isotropic 2.73 K cosmic microwave background. Tiny inhomogeneities in the early Universe left their imprint on the microwave background in the form of small anisotropies in its temperature. These anisotropies contain information about basic cosmological parameters, particularly the total energy density and curvature of the Universe. Here we report the first images of… Expand

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