Using data from the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists have concluded that the universe is expanding nearly 10% faster than previously assumed from existing space models.
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Measurements of the Hubble Space Telescope showed that the Universe is expanding about 9% faster than a modern cosmological model suggests. This writes scientific news.
A new estimation of the Hubble constant, which describes the universe's expansion rate, is 74.03 km per second per megaparsec (one megaparsec is about 3.26 million light-years).
Based on the existing cosmological model, this value should be 67.4 kilometers per second per megaparsec. This value was obtained by studying relic radiation from the Early Universe for the expansion of the Universe today and in the Early Universe (380,000 years after the Great Bang) from the Planck Space Telescope.
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