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FOR DECADES, COSMOLOGISTS HAVE failed to nail down the age of the universe more precisely than to say it's somewhere between 7 billion and 20 billion years-not a pretty sight in a profession that prides itself on knowing the ineffable down to the last decimal place.
But now the researchers are closing in on the cosmic age. The most recent age estimates are less than the age of some stars--which is like having 6 billion-year-old fossils in hand and then inferring that Earth is 4.8 billion years old.
This honor alone was quite an achievement for the football team.
It was a record-setting Panerathon on Sunday, as 11,000 people took to the streets of downtown Youngstown to participate in the 8th annual race.
Originally the first episode of the first [season], they meet, they get pregnant, they decide to make a go of it, they get married, and then you time jump and three years later, and you're in the middle of their life. Rob and I were interested in talking about a relationship within a family, or a partnership that has kids getting in the way. Horgan: We put it to the channel, and then the channel were really much more interested in learning about this new relationship, and spending some time with us as we go through the pregnancy and get to know each other.
When it came to season two, we thought, let's do what we planned.
And to thank her fans for the birthday love on social media - she was called everything from 'amazing' and 'beautiful' to a 'great actress' - the Basic Instinct vet shared a sweet message to Instagram: 'Really appreciate the kind birthday messages on social media....
It could be that the oldest stars aren't really as old as they appear." data-medium-file="https://lintvwkbn.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/panerathon.jpg? w=650" data-large-file="https://lintvwkbn.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/panerathon.jpg? are not the same people as creators and stars Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan.Recent estimates have tended toward a young cosmos.Just last month six astronomers led by Michael Pierce of Indiana University reported observations of a galaxy in Virgo, using a telescope on Mauna Kea, which suggest that the universe is a mere 7.3 billion years old.