A record-breaking, oxygen-starved galaxy may be full of gigantic stars’ shrapnel
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April 9, 20214 min read, 731 words

A record-breaking, oxygen-starved galaxy may be full of gigantic stars’ shrapnelA record-breaking, oxygen-starved galaxy may be full of gigantic stars’ shrapnel

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Published: April 9, 2021  |  4 min read, 731 words
The most oxygen-poor star-forming galaxy ever found hints that the first galaxies to arise after the universe’s birth glittered with supermassive stars that left behind big black holes.Such galaxies are rare now because almost as soon as a galaxy initiates star formation, massive...
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