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This is the oldest star in the Universe! [Space]
posted March 29 2013 20:58.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet Methuseleh, the star which scientists believe that is the oldest one in the Universe. Our firsts estimations about the age of that star back in 2000 were kinda weird: 16 billion years old... That is 2.3 billion years older than.. the Universe itself which is estimated about 13.7 years old. So what went wrong here? Watch this video!



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