Stars Formed Only 250 Million Years After the Big Bang, a Step Closer to Cosmic Dawn – Space.com


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Stars Formed Only 250 Million Years After the Big Bang, a Step Closer to Cosmic Dawn
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In a galaxy far, far away — a galaxy called MACS1149-JD1 — stars formed earlier in the universe's history than scientists can directly detect, according to new observations. Additionally, the same research revealed that MACS1149-JD1 is the most ...
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