Keck Week Video #17: The Early Universe As Seen By Keck – Dr. Richard Ellis


Captured at Keck Week this past March, this presentation by Caltech’s Dr. Richard Ellis describes how he and other scientists employ Keck’s powerful instruments to determine with remarkable accuracy the age of light from distant objects that originated in the first 7 percent of the Universe's existence.

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