Haven't The Stars In The Oldest Galaxies Died By Now?

If it has taken 13 or so billion light years for the light from the most distant observable stars to reach Earth, is it not probable that those stars no longer exist but have “gone nova”?

It’s not just probable; it’s a certainty! Most of the brightest stars have lifetimes that only keep them going for a few hundred million...

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