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Scientists say that the first batch of stars in the universe was born at a later time or later, and the results suggest that the ionization began in the millions of years after the birth of the universe. There are a lot of problems with this conclusion, because there is no evidence that the star formation. Tencent space news according to foreign media reports, the Planck satellite of ESA has revealed that the birth of the first stars in the universe later than previous observations of the cosmic microwave background radiation based on the estimated value. The new analysis also shows that the first stars are the only source of ionized atoms in the universe. When the universe is 700 million years old, the process has already been completed. Now we have a lot of stars and galaxies in our universe, it’s hard to imagine how different the universe was when it was only a few seconds old 13 billion 800 million years ago. In the early universe, the universe is a pot of soup of original particle hot dense, which is mainly the electron, proton, neutron and photon. The results show that the ionization began in the millions of years after the birth of the universe. There are a lot of problems with this conclusion, because there is no evidence that the star formation. This means that we need to assume that there are other factors leading to the re ionization. With the continuous WMAP data obtained, the first estimate is quickly corrected, and the starting time of the ionization is pushed back and forth. At least 450 million years after the birth of the universe, there is no obvious re ionization. Yet the puzzle has not been completely solved. Although the earliest stars have been observed since the birth of the universe 300 million to 400 million years later. We still don’t know exactly how the universe ‘s re ionization is caused entirely by the stars. There are other factors involved in this process. In 2015, the Planck team provided new data for solving the problem, revealing that the re ionization phase was over half of the 550 million year after the birth of the universe, further delaying the re ionization phase in the history of the universe. This result is a distribution map of the Planck telescope using low rate detection equipment the first omnimax polarization of cosmic microwave background radiation based on. Planck also has high frequency detection equipment. These devices are more sensitive to this type of phenomenon than any of today’s instruments. Now the latest analysis of the data shows that the start of the ionization time than any previous data show that much later. Jean-Loup Puget is a project manager for Planck high frequency detection equipment. He said that the high-precision measurement of high-frequency equipment clearly shows that the re ionization is a very rapid process. It is very late at the beginning of 700 million years after the birth of the universe, half of the matter in the universe has completed the re ionization. These results are now helping us to build a model for the early stages of the ionization phase. Planck team scientist Matthieu Tristram added, they also confirmed that apart from the first stars, no other factors led to the re ionization process. The new study dramatically pushed back the time of the first star formation. This time is much earlier than previously thought. Means that the first generation of galaxies is likely to be in the future, and even in the scope of contemporary astronomical observation facilities. In fact, some of the first galaxies have been detected by us over a long period of time. For example, NASA and ESA the universe