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Universe is beige, not green

Astronomers make a correction to the universe's color scheme.
In January, two astronomers captured the world's fascination when they announced that the universe's collective color is a pale shade of green. However, this cosmic tint didn't sit right with some color scientists, who soon noticed a slight problem with the astronomers' result. After some reevaluation, it turns out that the universe's collective color isn't any shade of green at all, but a dull off-white hue. Johns Hopkins University astronomers Karl Glazebrook and Ivan Baldry determined what th...

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