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Light from first stars detected in cosmic 'fog'
by Marc Kaufman
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1 November 2012
On 1 November 2012 National Geographic reported:
New research from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has now gotten closer than ever before to describing when that first star flickered on, a new study says. Based on data gleaned from jets of high-energy radiation emitted long ago, scientists say they now know that stars were present at least as early as 500 million years after the big bang, which gave birth to the universe some 13.75 billion years ago.
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