Published March 1995
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||322|
These proceedings provide the latest results on dark matter and dark energy research. The UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy hosted its tenth Dark Matter and Dark Energy conference in Marina del Rey and brought together all the leaders in the : Hardcover. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe February • Santa Monica, California, USA Cline, D.B. IAU Symposium on Dark Matter in the Universe was held on June 24 - Our hosts were Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study. which together form one of the most active centers of work on the dark matter problem. There were ~ participants from 16 countries. These proceedings include the 31 review and invited Format: Paperback. Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe Proceedings of the 10th UCLA Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, February , , Marina del Rey, California.
Conference info Full text access Dark Matter Proceedings of the 7th UCLA Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe. The View from the Center of the Universe, by Joel Primack, is a great book on that subject. Primack, a UC Santa Cruz physicist, came up with what he calls "double dark" theory (dark energy and dark matter). Dark matter is also involved in the popular inflationary big bang model which predicts that the curvature of the universe must be flat (Figure 3). This means that the density of matter is exactly balanced between a universe which eventually collapses (a closed, finite universe), and one which expands forever (an open, infinite universe). Sources of Dark Matter in the Universe () Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium by David B Cline Very early structure formation occurs on subgalactic scales, soon after recombination, and early reionization is a natural consequence via energy input from early generations of massive stars.
JPS Conference Proceedings Volume 8 (Septem ) Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Science at J-PARC — Unlocking the Mysteries of Life, Matter and the Universe —. What is dark energy? More is unknown than is known — we know how much there is, and we know some of its properties; other than that, dark energy is a mystery — but an important one. Roughly 70% of the Universe is made of dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 25%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter adds up to less than 5. Dark matter – there’s a growing feeling that we are getting closer to finding out the true nature of this elusive stuff. At least we are running a number of experiments that seem (on. Baryons (ordinary matter) only contribute 1/5 of the total mass, and only 5% of the total mass-energy of the universe. The dark matter component cannot be baryons – this is ruled out by the abundances of deuterium, helium, and lithium generated via nucleosynthesis during the first few minutes of the Big Bang.