en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Age_of_the_universe

In physical cosmology, the age of the universe is the time elapsed since the Big
Bang. The current measurement of the age of the universe is .... So a rough
estimate of the age of the universe comes...

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than it is today while the energy density of radiation in the Universe at that time ...
Based on current estimates of the value of Hubble's constant, how old is the ...

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Such estimates typically yield ages in the range 14-18 billion years. Hubble Time.
The inverse of the Hubble constant H has the units of time because the ... H near
50 km/s/Mpc gives a larger value for the age of the Universe (around 16 ...

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This value of the Hubble constant is just an estimate, as it is hard to measure ...
Time since "close" to us = current distance / current speed = r / Vr = r / H r = 1 / H
... The value of 65 km/sec/Mpc implies an "age" for the Universe of 15 billion
years. ..... quoting are based on the assumption that the mass of th...

w.astro.berkeley.edu/~dperley/univage/univage.html

With the currently accepted value for the Hubble constant Ho of 71 km/s/Mpc, ... of
gravity using current measurements of the universe's mass density (including
both ... checks on its predictions – in this case, the estimate of the universe's age t
0. ..... with adjustments made to the ages of objects within the universe based on...

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Hubble's initial value for the expansion rate, now called the Hubble Constant, ...
The expansion age of the Universe inferred from this was only 2 Gyr, but by the ...
a value of 75 km/s/Mpc, and by the early 1970's estimates from Sandage and his
.... want to calcuate parameters based on the best available current numbers:.

www.space.com/24054-how-old-is-the-universe.html

Dec 20, 2013 ... Scientists determine the age of the universe using two different methods: by ...
The life cycle of a star is based on its mass. ... distances to the clusters, which
affects estimates of brightness and thus mass. ... Thus, finding the expansion rate
of the universe — a number known as the Hubble constant — is key.

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... determine a value for Hubble's constant;; estimate the age of the Universe ... of
the Universe has changed as the value of the Hubble constant has improved.

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May 27, 1999 ... Knowing this number (now called the Hubble constant) enabled the cosmologists
of the day to estimate the age of the universe by extrapolating backwards to the
Big ... the universe thus made somewhat older—but its exact value has ... Based
on the ten clusters he has bagged so far, he, too, agrees with Dr ...

hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1994/49/background/

Oct 26, 1994 ... (To calculate the Hubble Constant, astronomers also need to know how fast a
galaxy ... In the past, the best ground-based observations have detected
Cepheids in ... because it is needed to estimate the size and age of the universe.
... distance from earth, and Ho is the current value of the Hubble Constant.