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Researchers discover one of the earliest stars in the universe

Kramer Phillips | @KramerPhillips| February 11, 2014

Researchers discover one of the earliest stars in the universe

The discovery suggests that the very first generation of stars may not have been as powerful as previously thought.

It’s one of the oldest stars ever discovered.

A team of MIT researchers have reportedly captured a stunning image of one of the oldest stars ever discovered, and it could have massive implications for our understanding of how the early universe evolved.

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