First Stars Formed Just 250 Million Years After Big Bang

The earliest stars in the Universe formed just 250 million years after the big bang, according to astronomers working at the ALMA facility in Chile. Researchers also discovered the oldest oxygen ever detected, from just 500 million years after the creation of the Universe. These discoveries push back the time when astronomers believe starlight first filled the Cosmos.

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