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A view of HE 1327–2326 — a field of ancient second generation stars created from elements laid down by supernova explosions of the Universe’s earliest stars (Frebel)

Powerful jets erupted from the Universe’s earliest stars — dispersing the seeds of future stars

The first generation of stars exploded into supernovas dispersing elements from which later stars formed, new research suggests.



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Robert Lea

Freelance science journalist. BSc Physics. Space. Astronomy. Astrophysics. Quantum Physics. SciComm. ABSW member. WCSJ Fellow 2019. IOP Fellow.