Low-oxygen dwarf galaxy shows us how the early universe looked
Blast from the pastALFRED PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/GettyBy Ken CroswellA small galaxy in the constellation Lynx that only recently started making stars has the lowest level of oxygen ever seen in a star-forming galaxy. That makes it the best place yet to probe the chemical elements cooked up by the big bang. The big bang produced just three main...
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