Fingerprint From a First-Generation Star? - Universe Today
The young universe was composed of a pristine mix of hydrogen, helium, and a tiny trace of lithium. But after hundreds of millions of years, it began to cool and giant clouds of the primordial elements collapsed to form the first stars. The first “Population III” stars were extremely massive and bright, synthesizing the first … Continue reading "Fingerprint From a First-Generation Star?"
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