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Astronomers work out when the first stars shone – Yahoo News Australia

Called the “cosmic dawn”, this period happened between 250 and 350 million years after the Big Bang.

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This simulation of what one of the first stars would look like is based on astronomical data. Many of them were more massive than our own Sun and relatively short lived
Astronomers have worked out when the first stars began shining.
They say that this period,…

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