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The rate at which the Universe expands, described by the Hubble constant, has long been a difficult quantity to nail down. The two current strategies for determining the Hubble constant are in conflict, and this tension only seems to get worse after each data release. A new theory suggests that the solution could be to add an extra type of dark energy that would have briefly sped up the Universe a long time ago before galaxies appeared.

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