Stories by Martin A. Bucher

  • January 1999 | Space Inflation in a Low-Density Universe

    Inflation in a Low-Density Universe

    Evidence has gradually accumulated that the universe has less matter, and therefore is expanding faster, than the theory of inflation traditionally predicts. But a more sophisticated version of the theory readily explains the observations

    January 1, 1999 |

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