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Is this the gas that formed in the Big Bang?
« on: 13/11/2011 18:15:31 »
Two gas clouds containing pristine samples of the gas spawned by the Big Bang has been spotted by astronomers.

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Is this the gas that formed in the Big Bang?
« Reply #1 on: 15/11/2011 06:06:31 »
Hmm,

does this imply that the "visible universe" = "the entire universe" ?

(Not taking into account that we'll never be able to have a 'Live view' of the border of the universe since light has to travel to our telescopes first...)
 

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Is this the gas that formed in the Big Bang?
« Reply #2 on: 15/11/2011 14:11:39 »
Very cool. Can they also trace about 'where' that gas cloud(s) are? And what stars there is around it/them?
 

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Is this the gas that formed in the Big Bang?
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