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Planck Mission Releases Images of Galactic Dust

March 17th, 2010 03:46 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

davecl writes “The Planck satellite has released its first new science images, showing the large scale filamentary structure of cold dust in our own galaxy. This release coincides with the completion of its first survey of the entire sky a couple of weeks ago. There’s lots more work to be done, and more observations to be made, before results are ready on the Big Bang, but these images demonstrate Planck’s performance and capability. More information is available on the Planck mission blog (which I maintain).”

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