Nasa claims new Hubble Space Telescope data reveals our universe is 'strange'

The Hubble Space Telescope has hit a new milestone in its quest to determine how fast the cosmos is expanding, Nasa said.

Astronomers use Hubble to measure how fast the cosmos is expanding.

As these measurements became more exact, something unusual emerged. The expansion of the cosmos around us differs from measurements made shortly after the Big Bang.

This puzzles scientists. Nasa said it shows "something odd" is happening in our cosmos, maybe new physics.

Hubble has collected data on "milepost markets" in space and time for 30 years to follow the expansion of the cosmos as it moves away from us.

Nasa has calibrated more than 40 indicators for greater accuracy.

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