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What was the first color in the universe?

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Still Waters

The universe bathes in a sea of light, from the blue-white flickering of young stars to the deep red glow of hydrogen clouds. Beyond the colors seen by human eyes, there are flashes of X-rays and gamma rays, powerful bursts of radio, and the faint, ever-present glow of the cosmic microwave background. The cosmos is filled with colors seen and unseen, ancient and new. But of all these, there was one color that appeared before all the others, the first color of the universe.

https://phys.org/news/2019-10-universe.html

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Kittens Are Jerks

Really interesting article, thank you.

My guess was very close, just a shade or two off. Love what they named the colour. They should trademark it before Starbucks grabs it.

 

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1 hour ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

 Love what they named the colour.

Cosmic Latte? That was their second try, initially their computer software made a mistake in the maths and Baldry and Glazebook announced that the colour of the universe was turquoise. At least they discovered their mistake before anyone else did: The Universe is not turquoise – it's beige

I went to school with Karl Glazebrook, who was one of the two co-discoveries of the colour of the universe..

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Kittens Are Jerks
15 minutes ago, Waspie_Dwarf said:

Cosmic Latte? That was their second try, initially their computer software made a mistake in the maths and Baldry and Glazebook announced that the colour of the universe was turquoise. At least they discovered their mistake before anyone else did: The Universe is not turquoise – it's beige

I went to school with Karl Glazebrook, who was one of the two co-discoveries of the colour of the universe..

Yes, cosmic Latte. Thank you for the additional information.

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