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Perlmutter

Gruber Cosmology Prize Awarded to Discoverers of Dark Energy (7/16/07)

Feltrinelli International Prize Awarded to Berkeley Lab's Saul Perlmutter (7/26/06)

Berkeley Lab's Saul Perlmutter wins Shaw Prize in Astronomy (6/21/06)

Saul Perlmutter Wins E. O. Lawrence Award in Physics (9/26/02)

Science Magazine Names Supernova Cosmology Project "Breakthrough of the Year"(12/17/98)

Distant Exploding Stars Foretell Fate Of The universe: It Will Expand Forever (1/8/98)

SNAP and JDEM

Joint Dark Energy Mission a Top Priority for NASA, Says NRC (9/5/07)

SNAP Wins NASA Support for Joint Dark Energy Mission (8/9/06)

Dark Energy

Searching for Dark Energy with the Whole World’s Supernova Dataset (4/21/10)

Weak Lensing Gains Strength (1/19/10)

First Light for BOSS – A New Kind of Search for Dark Energy (10/1/09)

Finding a Way to Test for Dark Energy (8/29/05)

Homing in on Dark Energy with Supernova Studies from Space (9/16/03)

Supernovae

Measuring a Monstrous Supernova (3/23/10)

A Superbright Supernova That’s the First of Its Kind (12/2/09)

Cosmology’s Best Standard Candles Get Even Better (5/18/09)

The Weirdest Type Ia Supernova Yet (9/20/06)

Moore Foundation Awards $2.38 Million for Supernova Research (9/21/04)

A Revolutionary Supernova Spectrograph Sees First Light (6/24/04)

A White Dwarf Explodes Inside a Dense Circumstellar Disk (3/22/04)

Supernovae Shape Up for Cosmology (8/5/03)

Nearby Supernova Factory announces 34 supernovae in one year (1/07/03)

Oldest, Most Distant Type 1A Supernova Confirmed By Analysis At NERSC (4/2/01)

Hubble Space Telescope To Put New Spectra Theory To Test (1/10/01)

Supernova Named Albinoni is the Oldest and Farthest Ever Found (12/17/1998)

Articles from [email protected] Lab/Science Beat/News Center

Foiling an Attack on General Relativity

The Evolving Search for the Nature of Dark Energy, Part 1, Supernovae

The Evolving Search for the Nature of Dark Energy, Part 2, Baryon acoustic oscillation

The Evolving Search for the Nature of Dark Energy, Part 3, Weak gravitational lensing

JDEM: A New Dawn for Dark Energy

BOSS: the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey

Dark Energy's 10th Anniversary, Part I, Announcing the accelerating universe

Dark Energy's 10th Anniversary, Part II, Success breeds competition

Dark Energy's 10th Anniversary, Part III, The aftermath: confirmation and exploration

The Stellar Route to Dark Energy, part 1

The Stellar Route to Dark Energy, part 2

The Stellar Route to Dark Energy, part 3

The Shapes of Exploding Stars, part 1

The Shapes of Exploding Stars, part 2

The Shapes of Exploding Stars, part 3

A CCD That Can Stand Up To Cosmic Rays

Saul Perlmutter
Saul Perlmutter
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