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When were the *very* first stars born? Earlier than we can see, even with Hubble – SYFY WIRE

When you look up at the night sky, you can see thousands of stars. The fact that they’re there at all implies they had a beginning, and we know stars can exist for billions of years. We see them die, and we see them being born. It’s not a huge leap of logic t…

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When you look up at the night sky, you can see thousands of stars. The fact that they’re there at all implies they had a beginning, and we know stars can exist for billions of years. We see them die,…

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