10 Years of Science.gov: Test your Scientific Trivia Knowledge

Science.gov, known for its groundbreaking search and retrieval of U.S. government science information, was launched in December 2002.  Science.gov offers more than 200 million pages of federally funded science information and data from the Department of Energy (DOE) and the 14 other federal agencies in the Science.gov Alliance.  As part of its 10th anniversary observance, the Science.gov Alliance is posting science trivia provided by the individual agencies each Tuesday and Thursday morning.  Follow @Sciencegov to get the trivia questions via Twitter or visit http://www.science.gov/trivia to read all the trivia questions and answers to-date. Science.gov is hosted by the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information.

The latest question:  What was discovered in 1998 by Department of Energy and NASA scientists that completely changed how we view the universe? 

Find the answer at Science.gov!

Last updated on Monday 25 April 2016