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2011 AAPT Summer Meeting
July 30-August 3, 2011
Omaha, Nebraska

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Dark Energy
  Location: TBA
  Date: Sunday, Jul.31
  Time: 8:00 PM -10:00 PM
  Author: Tian-Chen Jin
Chieng-Shiung Wu College, Southeast University
13770977526, tianchenjin@gmail.com
  Co-Author(s): Shao-Ran Li , Xi-Chao She
  Abstract: Dark energy, a hypothetical concept, is one of the hottest topics in cosmology at the moment. Its negative pressure gives us the element we need to explain the accelerated expansion of our universe. But how does dark energy really work? Are there other things that may also have similar property? How will dark energy affect our universe if it really exists? Our team became really interested in this subject through studying the course of Introduction to Bilingual Physics. This article will give you our thoughts and understanding of dark energy and how it could affect the ultimate fate of our universe.
  Footnotes: Sponsored by Prof. Lei Bao
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