We can now distinguish between different versions of what happened within the first trillionth
of a second of the universe," said WMAP Principal Investigator Charles Bennett of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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And its pulses are so short that it can capture images with a "shutter speed" on the femtosecond scale, quicker than a trillionth
of a second.
Even slower-moving protons must change direction a billion times every trillionth
of a second, Arrington said.
1, 1996--Although timing sporting events to a thousandth of a second is good enough to tell the golds from the silvers, the massive communications network linking the event sites in Atlanta for voice, data, and video transmission is timed to the trillionth
with equipment from Telecom Solutions.
In natural photosynthesis, these antenna complexes consist of light-absorbing molecules called "chromophores," and the captured solar energy is directed to chemical reaction centres - a process that is completed within 10-to-100 picoseconds (a picosecond is one trillionth
Less than a trillionth
of a second after the Big Bang, another tumultuous event unfolded.
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For decades, cosmologists have suggested that the universe went through an extremely rapid growth phase within the first trillionth
of a second it existed.
The gold-gold collisions created a blob about a trillionth
of a centimeter across that existed for only a little more than a trillionth
of a trillionth
of a second.
A picogram is equivalent to 1 trillionth
of a gram.
A report published online October 28 in Nature suggests that the dots that may make up spacetime must be smaller than a hundred-millionth of a trillionth
the size of a proton, one-thousandth the size indicated by less sensitive experiments.