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  • noun Alternative spelling of reionization.

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  • It was followed by a period known as reionisation, in which the first stars formed and their intense ultra-violet radiation managed to pierce the hydrogen fog.

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  • You get just one very energetic Mega-Fluctuaton popping out of vacuum and voila - Big Bang, inflation, reheating, reionisation etc.etc. .. mathematical physisists on Cosmic Variance!

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  • Understanding reionisation would also help to explain the formation of the first galaxies.

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  • Perhaps the density of very faint galaxies below the current detection limit is so high that there may be enough of them to support reionisation.

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  • The dim light intrigued astronomers poring over the reionisation enigma, said lead author

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  • "The time signature of dark matter reionisation will be different from that brought about by stars," says Hooper.

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  • Planck mission, the successor to WMAP, will study how reionisation proceeded with time.

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  • "The time signature of dark matter reionisation will be different from that brought about by stars," says Hooper.

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  • Planck mission, the successor to WMAP, will study how reionisation proceeded with time.

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  • "The time signature of dark matter reionisation will be different from that brought about by stars," says Hooper. and you'll get:

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