In the 1920s, astronomer Edwin Hubble brought about the modern age of cosmology when he discovered that the universe is expanding at a predictable rate, which has since been called the Hubble constant. Nearly 100 years later, more precise measurements have sharpened his accuracy — but may also put our current understanding of physics in limbo.
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Written by Ashley Hamer March 8, 2017
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