Stephen Boughn

Stephen Boughn is John Farnum Professor of Astronomy at Haverford College and is currently Visiting Professor of Physics at Princeton University. He has interests in gravitation, cosmology, extragalactic astronomy, and the foundations of physics. His first foray into the CMB was an attempt to measure CMB fluctuations in 1968 when he was an undergraduate.

Stephen Boughn Published July 5, 2011

Astrophysics | Cosmology

Gravitational lensing distorts maps of the cosmic microwave background, providing yet another way of probing the matter and energy content of the universe.