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More Than Star Dust, We’re Made of the Big Bang Itself



Anna Frebel

Big Think

Posted: Feb 18, 2016


The work of stellar archaeology really goes to the heart of the ‘we are stardust’ and ‘we are children of the stars’ statement. You’ve probably heard it all but what does it actually mean? We are mostly made all humans and all life forms that we know of are made mostly of carbon and a bunch of other elements but in much lesser quantities. Where does this carbon come from?


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