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The age of the universe is estimated to be around 15 billion years. An average star is estimated to last less than a third of that time. It would be very unlikely, Although it is impossible to know anything about the universe with any certainty. If the big bang theory is correct the quantum singularity was the start of time as we know it so there could not have been any energy or stars before then.

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Q: Have scientists found that the age of the universe is greater than the age of the oldest star?
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