The Universe has made almost all the stars it will ever make | Curio

The Universe has made almost all the stars it will ever make

9 mins | Aug 27, 2020

Is our light-saturated existence perhaps a little unusual? Somehow a galaxy that spans tens of thousands of light-years is intimately related to what is, in effect, a microscopic dot at its centre. Astrophysicist and director of astrobiology at Columbia University in New York, Caleb Scharf, explores in Nautilus the universal dilemma of light and its existence.

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