Friday, September 28, 2012

Dark Energy Camera

The Dark Energy Camera (DECam) is a beautiful large format array Near Infrared and visual telescope. The intention of this camera in my opinion is to look for redshift, amongst many other things. It is hoped that observations of this expansion and curvature dynamics of space can prove Dark Energy and its role in physics.

The Standard Vibration Model holds that Dark Energy is the place where the math is done to support the physics. This will be impossible to see since Dark Energy cannot support electrons. What this model shows is the expansion/contraction observations are densitiy differentials between Baryonic Matter and Dark Matter.

The pictures will be beautiful and it will collect incredible new data.

Aaron

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