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Cosmic Dawn: Scientists Can Soon Be Able To Know When The First Stars Exactly Appeared


I know many of you noticed stars and many among you are curious about to know all things which are related to stars, wants to gather information and many things and stories related to stars. When we look up into the sky during nighttime, we have seen the whole sky is covered with tiny stars, like the sky were a  blanket of glittering things and this view was so amazing. But you know all this starts shinning from specific time means they had to start up sometime. In this article, you are going to read various things about stars and how you get to know some answer which is related to the star.

On Thursday in a University College London said that ” Witnessing the moment when the universe was first bathed in starlight is a major quest in astronomy”. This statement had spoken by  Nicolas Laporte, He is at the University of Cambridge and an Astrophysicist. Astronaut gives their theories which are related to the universe means universe spent some in dark ages after the formation of Big Ban. The big ban takes 13.8 million ago.   Now scientist is working with a new topic like when the first star was born- cosmic dawn and a very new study dials in the period. This subject is interesting like when the stars born means the first star seriously amazing

The team of the United Kingdom had calculated the star’s ages in the different galaxy that is about six in of the most distant galaxy, in time, it is estimated that when the galaxies were 550 million years old. After this researchers published their work and finding on Thursday in the monthly magazines, notices belong to the Royal Astronomical Society.  The Study Co-author Romain Meyer said that “using a well-understood age indicator based on the amount of the hydrogen absorption seen in the atmosphere of different stars, we can infer that, even at these early observation times, these galaxies were already between 200 and 300 million years old”. According to this, it puts Cosmic dawn about 250 million to 350 million after the big bang.

The following data, we study from the ground-based telescope and Hubble-based telescope, and also Splitzer telescope. If we talk about Hubble-based telescopes, this currently has some problem which is related to technical issues and Spitzer was stopped, his their work from the early 2020s, I mean this was retired.  The researchers have used this older telescope and used their limit pushed. But now if we took about new telescopes, it is in progress and now they look further with the help of the next generation James web telescope. This telescope is helpful to get a better view of the cosmic dawn. Also, it may be helpful to see forward back in time than its predecessors. We got the news News from sources that maybe this James web telescope is going to launch this year and provide better capacity to directly witness the Cosmic Dawn. Elis gave a statement,” a holy grail in astronomy” and a new search for their origins.

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