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The first stars in the Universe were evidently cosmic hooligans, knocking electrons off atoms, making much of the hydrogen gas in interstellar space ionized. This reionization happened between the formation of the first atoms (about 380,000 years after the Big Bang) and some point roughly a billion years later. However, observations of this era are challenging, so the precise conditions of reionization are not well understood.
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