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26th March 2013

Physics Fellow reveals earliest snapshot of the Universe

Dr Joanna Dunkley, Fellow in Physics, has been describing the findings of her work with the Planck telescope this week.

The Planck telescope has been used to compile the most detailed map ever of the leftover radiation just 380,000 years after the Big Bang.

You can read about the research of Dr Dunkley on the University of Oxford website. You can also find out more on the BBC Radio 4 programme, Material World.

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