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Scientists Discover Universe's Oldest Star

Feb 16, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — The star is 4 billion years older than any other found to date. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Timothy Beers of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory in Arizona.

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