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Noun Concept
Categories: long volume value, Inflation (cosmology), Cosmic background radiation, Gravitational lensing, Astrophysics
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cosmic background radiation  cosmic microwave background  CBR  CMB  CMBR
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(cosmology) the cooled remnant of the hot big bang that fills the entire universe and can be observed today with an average temperature of about 2.725 kelvin WordNet 3.0
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(cosmology) the cooled remnant of the hot big bang that fills the entire universe and can be observed today with an average temperature of about 2.725 kelvin WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
Cosmic background radiation is electromagnetic radiation from the Big Bang. Wikipedia
The Cosmic Microwave Background, in Big Bang cosmology, is electromagnetic radiation which is a remnant from an early stage of the universe, also known as "relic radiation". Wikipedia
Type of thermal radiation; cosmic background radiation that is fundamental to observational cosmology because it is the oldest light in the universe, dating to the epoch of recombination Wikidata
Type of spectrum apart from the Big Bang, whichever shows the universe Wikidata
All the electromagnetic radiation entering the Earth from non-point sources in deep space. Wiktionary
Faint thermal radiation that pervades all space and is thought to be the remnants of the big bang. Wiktionary