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Future cosmologists doomed by expanding universe

We've arrived late for the cosmic show - too late for the best seat, says Harvard theorist Avi Loeb. He says the ideal time to study the cosmos was more than 13 billion years ago, just half a billion years after the Big Bang. read m...
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