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Cosmology: a theorist's perspective on the observational landscape

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I review the key cosmological observations that have shaped our current understanding of the cosmos, with particular attention to the primordial universe. Walking the path of future observational developments, I discuss the theoretical implication of the measurements of the microwave background anisotropies in temperature and polarization, the large scale structures of the universe, and the microwave background energy spectrum. Along the way, I speculate on how these data will sharpen our models and perhaps shift our paradigms.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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