(Caracas, April 07)Scientists The Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands (IAC) and the University of Cambridge found that the ancient star dwarf J0023 + 0307 contains lithium, one of the lightest metals, information released this week.
J0023 + 0307, which is 9,450 light years from our planet, was discovered in February last year in the aureola of the Milky Way. Carlos Allende Prieto, co-author of a study published when the star was found, concludes that, considering its low content in metal – specifically carbon – a heavenly body like this should "not exist".
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According to the article, This discovery "casts doubt on the formative stars of the small mass in the universe early. "
Researchers believe that this discovery could provide key information on the creation of nuclear cores during the Great Burst. "This primitive star surprises us because of the high content of lithium and possible relationship with the original lithium generated in the Big Bang," says chief author David Aguado.
Likewise, lScientists say that J0023 + 0307 is similar to our Sun, though it has a worse metal content than our sun., From its composition, researchers believe that the star was created during the first 300 million years of space.
With data from RT