University Of California Irvine-Led Mission Maps That Early Data Release Holds Nearly 2 Million Objects

The universe is big, and it’s getting bigger at a faster rate every day, but astronomers don’t understand why.

To study the mysterious force known as dark energy behind this accelerating expansion of the universe, scientists at the University of California,

Irvine are using the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument to map more than 40 million galaxies, quasars and stars.

Today, the DESI collaboration publicly released its first batch of data, with nearly 2 million objects for researchers to explore.

“This is the start of an ambitious five-year cosmic cartography project, and we are delighted it went so smoothly,”

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