Astronomers Find New Evidence for Elusive First-Generation Stars
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Astronomers with the European Southern Observatory have identified a series of stars hailing from the very earliest epoch of star formation—members of the elusive Population III classification. Likely, the clusters, which are composed of materials leftover from the Big Bang itself, aka the most original star stuff, are the last of their kind.
It's amazing to me that we can observe 14 billion years ago.
I know it's just science, but it's still amazing to me.