This was a significant event in the forming of galaxies, and ended a time period that is known as the “dark ages”.
This discovery was made by the European Space Agency’s Planck satellite, which monitors the cosmic microwave background.
Discovery News reports that new research has shown these stars came into existence 100 million years later than was first postulated.
This period was a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, when light began to form in the universe.
He says “I suffer from ‘analysis paralysis.’ I need to take more risks in life, and live in the moment.” I’ve been single for eight years, most of that by choice.
I like to tell stories; I love going out and being the centre of attention; I am who I am, whether it’s online or off.” Chris likes to travel and eat food from different cultures.The background is a collection of light left over from the Big Bang, and Plank’s new study of it reveals the star dating happened 100 years later than the first estimate.Although this amount of time pales in comparison to the staggering 14 billion years the universe has been around, it is a very significant time gap to understanding when the stars began to form.When the stars first began to appear in the universe, and created the first light, they burned off a haze of hydrogen atoms.This in turn ionized the atoms, in a process that would eventually give way to the formation of galaxies.reported in August that officials at USA Gymnastics failed to alert police to sexual abuse allegations that took place on their watch, and chose to hide complaints.