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Where did the stardust that created the big bang come from?

Where did the stardust that created the big bang come from?
Laura Young from Surrey (age 5-14)


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  1. Dear Laura,

    I don’t know who told you this, but at that time there was no stardust.
    The big bang produced pure energy, the start of time and the beginning of space that has been growing bigger ever since. No body really understands all this, but astronomers have discovered that the way the Universe behaves indicates that those were the conditions at the very beginning. Stars and stardust came hundreds of millions of years after the big bang. The material to produce stars seems to have come from that energy that the big bang produced. Once again, not well understood yet. The origin of the big bang still a great mystery. You may become a cosmologist and find some answers. If you do, you may be awarded a Nobel Prize.

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