Virtual Astronomy: The Very First Stars with Deepthi Gorthi
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The Big Bang theory, describing the origin of our universe, is very well established today. We have ample evidence that the universe originated from a hot “singularity,” then expanded and cooled over time. Nevertheless, there is still a big missing piece of the cosmic puzzle: How did the first stars form?!
Our speaker, Deepthi Gorthi, is a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, working on radio astronomy instrumentation.
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