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Are Supernovae the Dust Producer in the Early Universe?

Published onMay 31, 2019
Are Supernovae the Dust Producer in the Early Universe?
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Abstract

The large quantities of dust in high-redshift galaxies raise a fundamental question as to the origin of dust in the early Universe. Supernovae occur within several millions of years. This white paper will focus on dust formation in SN ejecta with US-Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) perspective during the era of JWST and LSST.

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