Today’s classic paper predicts the formation of “cosmic pancakes” on the largest scales.
Studying gravity on cosmological scales is HARD. Today’s papers build a framework to extend the standard cosmology toolbox, which means we can keep more of our data and learn more about gravity in the process.
Conferences have had to change a lot due to Covid-19, how can we design effective online spaces for collaboration? I sat down with the organisers of Cosmology from Home to find out!
General relativity has stood the test of time for over a century. How can we continue to stress-test it using fast radio bursts? Today’s paper does just that!
How can the first stars tell us about the nature of dark matter?