2017 August 02
2017 November 15
The dawn of the Universe is elusive. Observations of the early Universe are hampered by neutral gas at the beginning of the universe as well as by the faintness of the recently formed sources. We explain the way these sources are typically observed, and propose to observe the dawn of the Universe with a micro-satellite equipped with a near IR camera. These will provide the large field necessary, and enough contrast for observing line emission.