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Massive Star-Filled Galaxies Emerged From Vast Oceans of Dark Matter --"Earlier Than Thought in the Universe"

Astronomers expect that the first galaxies, those that formed just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, would share many similarities with some of the dwarf galaxies we see in the nearby universe today. These early agglomerations of...        
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