Subject: How did the first stars form without dust.
Date: Sat Jun 23 12:56:03 2001
Posted by Colin
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Perth State/Province: W.A.
Area of science: Astronomy
I was led to believe that dust in the galaxy was an integral part of the
process of star formation. In the very early history of the universe, there was
no dust so how did the stars form without blowing themselves apart as they
began to heat up. I am just interested/curious but I would be most grateful if
you could answer this question, thank you.
Re: How did the first stars form without dust.
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