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Small Magellanic Cloud Reveals a Challenge to Big Bang Physics

8 Sep 2012, 15:45 UTC
Small Magellanic Cloud Reveals a Challenge to Big Bang Physics
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Stars in the Milky Way have about four times less lithium on the surface than expected by Big Bang predictions. Some scientists suggest that stellar activity might destroy lithium, or the element might sink from the surface through lighter hydrogen,...

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