how long ago the formation of galaxies started?
- Ronald 7Lv 71 month agoBest answer
As we look deeper and deeper into are farthest Universe
The most distant of galaxies are almost 14 Billion Light Years distant
The closest we have found so far to the time of the possible Big Bang
If it happened and we want to find the exact age
We literally need to build lenses for telescopes with the radius of the Solar System or bigger
But one million years after the Big Bang is the modern consensus
When the Cosmic Soup began to form the first Atoms
Gravity was born thanks to the fabled Higgs BosonSource(s): Anyway
- goringLv 64 weeks ago
In the Biblical record of Creation,it indicates "In the beginning". We are not able to surmise when the beginning started
- 4 weeks ago
A long, long time ago in a not-yet-formed-galaxy far far away... you asked a question I knew the answer to, unfortunately not this one, so yeah... also who cares
- Anonymous1 month ago
2 days ago, according to my professor.
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- YKhanLv 71 month ago
Current theory suggests about 1 million years after the Big Bang. Around the same time period when the first stars were being born.
- 1 month ago
Probably after the Big Bang
- Campbell HaydenLv 71 month ago
Probably 8-to-10 Billion years after the Big Bang
when the Universe began to cool down enough for
galactic formation to occur, which means that it likely
began to take place around 13 Billion years ago.
- daniel gLv 71 month ago
About 39 billion years ago, not long after the big bang.
- 1 month ago
accord to string theory, it not even happen yet, but it already happen, and also... it happening right now. But maybe it never happen...... dang, bro....... you just blown my mind!!!!!
- DzeLv 71 month ago
all we can do is conjecture .. an interesting take i heard recently on it involving the simulation theory is that 'the program' or matrix, only renders that which is being observed ...