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Title:A 21st century frontier of discovery: The physics of the universe a strategic plan for federal research at the intersection of physics and astronomy : a report of the Interagency Working Group on the Physics of the Universe.
Author(s): National Science and Technology Council (U.S.)., Interagency Working Group on the Physics of the Universe
Date:2004
Publisher:[Washington, D.C.] : National Science and Technology Council, Committee on Science
Size:70 p.
Contents:What is dark matter? -- What is the nature of dark energy? -- How did the universe begin? -- Did Einstein have the last word on gravity? -- What are the masses of the neutrinos and how have they shaped the evolution of the universe?
How do cosmic accelerators work and what are they accelerating? -- Are protons unstable? -- What are the new states of matter at exceedingly high density and temperature? -- Are there additional space-time dimensions? -- How were the elements from iron to uranium made ? -- Is a new theory of matter and light needed at the highest energies?
Corp. Author:National Science and Technology Council (U.S.)., Interagency Working Group on the Physics of the Universe
Keywords: Physics Research United States , Astrophysics Research United States
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