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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reionise.

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Examples

  • BY ABOUT a billion years after the big bang, our universe was reionised.

    New Scientist - Space

  • Most astronomers suspect that the hydrogen was reionised by the first generation of stars (see diagram).

    New Scientist - Space

  • "The mechanism could easily have reionised the universe."

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  • "The mechanism could easily have reionised the universe."

    New Scientist - Online News

  • No telescope has ever peered far enough back in time to see the first stars form, but they are thought to have been giants, and their ferocious ultraviolet light could have Dan Hooper and Alexander Belikov of Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois, think that dark matter - the unseen stuff that makes up about 85 per cent of all matter - could have reionised the universe.

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  • BY ABOUT a billion years after the big bang, our universe was reionised.

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  • No telescope has ever peered far enough back in time to see the first stars form, but they are thought to have been giants, and their ferocious ultraviolet light could have Dan Hooper and Alexander Belikov of Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois, think that dark matter - the unseen stuff that makes up about 85 per cent of all matter - could have reionised the universe.

    New Scientist - Space

  • BY ABOUT a billion years after the big bang, our universe was reionised.

    New Scientist - Space

  • Most astronomers suspect that the hydrogen was reionised by the first generation of stars (see diagram).

    New Scientist - Space

  • Most astronomers suspect that the hydrogen was reionised by the first generation of stars (see diagram).

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