Future experiments to probe dark energy
Ground and space-based future detectors may give astronomers the information they need to determine what dark energy is.
December 29, 2008
|The fate of our universe depends on what dark energy is. As of now, scientists don't have enough experimental data to determine the composition of dark energy. They hope the next generation of cosmological experiments can shed light on dark energy. |
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