Chemistry & Cosmology

After the plasma soup of the Big Bang cooled, the particles that condensed finally allowed light to escape. The light from the first stars and galaxies has been zipping across space for billions of years. Space, however, has been expanding, stretching these weary wavelengths. They arrive here as long radio waves, and radio telescopes scoop them up to reveal the early Universe.

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