Planck Results and Future Prospects in Cosmology



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Abstract

In this talk I'll survey the current observational status in
cosmology, highlighting recent developments such as results
from the Planck satellite, and speculate on what we might
achieve in the future. In the near future some important
milestones will be exploration of the neutrino sector, and
much better constraints on the physics of the early universe
via B-mode polarization. In the far future we can hope to
measure a variety of cosmological parameters to much higher precision than they are currently constrained.