Why Physics Can’t Totally Explain the Universe’s Expansion | SciShow News

Astronomers have gotten pretty good at calculating how fast the universe is expanding, but new measurements don’t line up with the predictions of well-tested laws of physics. Now scientists have a new question to ponder: Why are these numbers so different?

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