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Stars Forms From H Left Over After Big Bang. And Antistars?

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Posted by Alexander on July 20, 2001 17:52:01 UTC

Clouds of anti-H should have been annihilated with clouds of H long ago, even before stars form.

Actually that is exactly what happens during the Big Bang - all matter annihilated with antimatter, but due to parity violation there were a little more matter than antimatter (about 0.000000001 % misbalance). That is the matter which is left as H in almost empty universe - just what we have today.

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