Ancient stardust sheds light on the birth and explosive deaths of the Universe’s very first stars

Astronomers have peered back more than 13 billion light years to find a huge mass of glowing stars – the most distant galaxy ever found to contain cosmic dust.

The discovery gives us a completely new look at when the very first stars were ‘born’ and could reveal more about how the Universe expanded.

Read more on WIRED

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