A cosmic perspective from Lapland in 2001

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A convergence of ideas, observations and technology have led to the greatest period of cosmological discovery yet. Over the past three years we have determined the basic features of our Universe. We are now challenged to make sense of what we have found. The outcome of planned experiments and observations as well as new ideas will be required. If we succeed, ours truly will be a Golden Age of Cosmology.

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Turner, Michael s. December 5, 2002.

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A convergence of ideas, observations and technology have led to the greatest period of cosmological discovery yet. Over the past three years we have determined the basic features of our Universe. We are now challenged to make sense of what we have found. The outcome of planned experiments and observations as well as new ideas will be required. If we succeed, ours truly will be a Golden Age of Cosmology.

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  • International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe (COSMO-01), Rovaniemi (FI), 08/30/2001--09/04/2001

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Turner, Michael s. A cosmic perspective from Lapland in 2001, article, December 5, 2002; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc739865/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.