Cosmologists ‘See’ The Cosmic Dawn

Cosmologists See the Cosmic Dawn
Via Bob Collins at MPR The images, produced by scientists at Durham University’s Institute for Computational Cosmology, show the “Cosmic Dawn” – the formation of the first big galaxies in the Universe.
The Cosmic Dawn began as galaxies began to form out of the debris of massive stars which died explosively shortly after the beginning of the Universe. The Durham calculation predicts where these galaxies appear and how they evolve to the present day, over 13 billion years later.