Contributors to cosmology
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This is a partial list of persons who have made major contributions to the development of standard mainstream Cosmology. One simple rule of thumb for who belongs here is whether their contribution is recognized in the canon of standard general relativity textbooks. Some related lists are mentioned at the bottom of the page.
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- John C. Mather (discovered the blackbody nature of the cosmic microwave background radiation.)
- Arthur Milne (named the Cosmological Principle and advocated a major rival to General relativistic cosmology in the 1930s.)
- Arno Allan Penzias (discovered the cosmic microwave background radiation),