Gamma Ray Bursts and the Universe's Beginnings What can gamma ray bursts 13 billion light years away tell us about the origins of the universe?
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Gamma Ray Bursts and the Universe's Beginnings

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Gamma Ray Bursts and the Universe's Beginnings

Gamma Ray Bursts and the Universe's Beginnings

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What can gamma ray bursts 13 billion light years away tell us about the origins of the universe?

Guest:

Donald Lamb, Louis Block Professor in Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago