These reports are highly technical in nature and were not written for the general reader.
- Most Distant Supernova Study (Riess et al. 2001) — PDF
- Hubble Color Measurements Study (Knop et al. 2003) — PDF
- Deceleration instead of Contamination Study (Riess et al. 2004) — PDF
- Deceleration instead of Contamination Study (Riess et al. 2007) — PDF
- 2nd Generation Measurement Study (Astier et al. 2006) — PDF
- Report of the Dark Energy Task Force (2006) — PDF
- Dark Energy — Universe Forum
- Report of the Dark Energy Task Force
- Runaway Universe — NOVA
- Brian Schmidt's Home Page
- Supernova Cosmology Project
- High-z Search Team
- Adam Riess' Home Page
- Dark Energy — Physics World
- What is Dark Energy? — Science@NASA
- A Dark Force in the Universe — Science News Online
- Symetry magazine Logbook
- Beyond Einstein Program
- 2007 Gruber Cosmology Prize
- 2006 Shaw Prize
- Cosmology: The Study of the Universe — NASA
- The Expanding Universe — Sloan Digital Sky Survey
- Curious About Astronomy? Cosmology and the Big Bang
- Dark Energy Co-Discoverer Adam Riess Shares Shaw Prize in Astronomy for 2006
- Hubble Finds Evidence for Dark Energy in the Young Universe
- New Clues About the Nature of Dark Energy: Einstein May Have Been Right After All
- Far-Flung Supernovae Shed Light on Dark Universe
- Blast from the Past: Farthest Supernova Ever Seen Sheds Light on Dark Universe
- Hubble Pinpoints Distant Supernovae
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- What Is Dark Energy?
Does it give us answers — or just reveal more questions?
- Fate of the Universe
Will dark energy eventually tear the universe's atoms apart?
- Type Ia Supernovae
How exploding stars help measure the cosmos
- Out of Space, Back in Time
How can we see what happened in the early universe?
- Did Einstein Predict Dark Energy?
He called it his "biggest blunder." But was it?
- Related Links
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