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CEFCA's researches reveal the distribution of baryonic matter in the Universe and measure the action of gravity on cosmic scales

2021-03-25 11:00
Ionized gas surrounding galaxies and moving coherently with these leaves a signature on the cosmic microwave background radiation (left panel) that can be detected using the distribution of galaxy velocities, which is provided by galaxy redshift maps (right panel). Credit: Carlos Hernández-Monteagudo.

Ionized gas surrounding galaxies and moving coherently with these leaves a signature on the cosmic microwave background radiation (left panel) that can be detected using the distribution of galaxy velocities, which is provided by galaxy redshift maps (right panel). Credit: Carlos Hernández-Monteagudo.

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