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Published on Feb 16, 2011
In the history of the universe, there is a period which is extremely difficult for us to see because there were no sources of light. These cosmic "dark ages" ended when the first stars turned on, providing the first view of the somewhat evolved universe. Gil Holder, Canada Research Chair in Cosmological Astrophysics, sheds light on the topic during a Cutting Edge lecture at McGill.