Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Scientists noticed the light most ancient star in universe

Astrophysicists working with data space telescope Fermi Gamma have found traces of light of the first stars in the universe. According to scientists, "see" extragalactic radiation is very important, because it allows you to peer into the most ancient history of the universe. Scientists suspect that this radiation originates from the epoch of 300,000 to 1 billion years after the Big Bang. Tracker has helped scientists obtain new information about the process of the oldest stars. Among other things, according to their calculations, the speed of formation of the first stars were much smaller than previously thought.

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