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Powerful Starbursts in Dwarf Galaxies Helped Shape the Early Universe, a New Study Suggests - Universe Today
Massive galaxies in the early Universe formed stars at a much faster clip than they do today — creating the equivalent of a thousand new suns per year. This rate reached its peak 3 billion years after the Big Bang, and by 6 billion years, galaxies had created most of their stars. New observations from … Continue reading "Powerful Starbursts in Dwarf Galaxies Helped Shape the Early Universe, a New Study Suggests"