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    Default Re: details of low metal star formation from newly captured gas

    Quote Originally Posted by not_Fritz_Argelander View Post
    So if these are low metal stars forming from (If I am reading the article correctly) virgin gas isolated in intergalactic space, should we not be seeing the formation of the mythical population III stars?
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    Default Re: details of low metal star formation from newly captured gas

    Quote Originally Posted by MG1692 View Post
    So if these are low metal stars forming from (If I am reading the article correctly) virgin gas isolated in intergalactic space, should we not be seeing the formation of the mythical population III stars?
    Yes, with the only caveat that Population III cannot be mythical in the same sense that Jason of the Argonauts and Golden Fleece or Hercules are mythical. Pop III is theoretically necessary for one thing, which alone makes them non mythical. They are predicted. For another reason, they are observed.

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