The Universe from the Ground Up--Ground-based Astronomy in the 21st Century, Christopher Stubbs
Christopher Stubbs, recently a faculty member of both the Departments of Astronomy and Physics at the University of Washington (he has since become a Professor of Astronomy at Harvard University), on "Dark Energy: The Future of the Universe," as part of the Mysteries: What We Don't Know About the Universe panel discussion at the NSF symposium, The Universe from the Ground Up--Ground-based Astronomy in the 21st Century, October 8, 2003.
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