Instrumentation

Physics is mostly related with forces and it could be measured by using different types of instruments. The early Universe is at the boundary of astronomy and philosophy since we do not currently have a complete theory that unifies all the fundamental forces of Nature at the moment of Creation. In addition, there is no possibility of linking observation or experimentation of early Universe physics to our theories (i.e. it’s not possible to `build' another Universe). Our theories are rejected or accepted based on simplicity and aesthetic grounds, plus there power of prediction to later times, rather than an appeal to empirical results. This is a very difference way of doing science from previous centuries of research.

 

  • Astrometry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Kepler Telescope
  • Spitzer Space Telescope
  • James Webb Space Telescope
  • Telescopes in Space Advantages

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