Scientist work for years to unravel the mysteries of the universe. And, recently they were successful in making the first three-dimensional model of the universe. Below, are the new results that come from the Extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (eBOSS), a Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) collaboration of more than 100 astrophysicists worldwide.
In the research, the scientists have found out how the universe looked when the big bang took place. The gap off 11 billion years has been a mystry for so long.
After 5 years of dedication and hard work, the results have finally come out.
“We know both the ancient history of the Universe and its recent expansion history fairly well, but there’s a troublesome gap in the middle 11 billion years. For five years, we have worked to fill in that gap, and we are using that information to provide some of the most substantial advances in cosmology in the last decade,” said cosmologist Kyle Dawson of the University of Utah, announcing the news.