Three Scientists Make India Proud in Mapping Universe

The most detailed map of the universe created through the observations made by Planck space telescope has an Indian element to it. Three Indian scientists ‐‐ Mr Sanjit Mitra, Mr Tarun Mr Souradeep and their graduate student Mr Aditya Rotti ‐‐ from the Inter‐University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune, were a part of the team. On March 21, the most‐refined picture of the early cosmos after the Big Bang, measured by the European Space Agency’s Planck mission, was released in ESA headquarters, Paris.

Source: Indian Express

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