Early universe ‘warmed up’ later than previously believed: Research suggests a way to detect the earliest black holes

A new study reveals that black holes, formed from the first stars in our universe, heated the gas throughout space later than previously thought. They also imprinted a clear signature in radio waves which astronomers can now search for. The study is a major new finding about the origins of the universe.
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