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Das et al., "Evidence for dark energy from the cosmic microwave background alone using the Atacama Cosmology Telescope lensing measurements," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Dark energy is the name given to an unknown force that is causing the universe to expand at an accelerating rate.
In their study, the researchers said that the improved measurement of the Universe's expansion are in line with existing theories of how dark energy works in the Universe.
The simplest explanation for this force was to call it a new type of matter that has a constant energy density, which is how dark energy came to be.
Dr Guido Risaliti, of the Universita degli Studi di Firenze, whose scientists co-led the study, said: "One of the possible solutions to the expansion of the early Universe would be to invoke an evolving dark energy, with a density that increases as time goes by.
The explanation is the "dark energy" that permeates it throughout, pushing it to expand.
The universe can reach its demise in the form of a big rip if its expansion speeds up too much or in the form of a big crunch if it suddenly slows as dark energy becomes weak.
Two dark energy cosmological models, one with power law cosmology and the other with de Sitter universe, have been constructed and analysed in Section 3.
According to data from US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the universe is composed of 71.4 percent of dark energy, 24 percent of dark matter, 4.6 percent of atoms.
THE universe could be left a "big, empty, boring" place as it is swallowed up by dark energy, scientists claim.