Universe’s First Stars Appeared 100 Million Years Later than Thought

Thanks to new data from European Space Agency’s Planck space telescope, researchers have found that the reionization – one of the most important processes in cosmology as it is associated with the formation of the first stars – occurred 550 million years after the Big Bang, approximately 100 million years later than previously thought. The [...] —> Read More Here


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