Recently, it has been observed the extreme metal-poor stars in the Galactic halo, which must be formed just after Pop III objects. On the other hand, the first gas clouds of mass $\sim 10^6 M_{\odot}$ are supposed to be formed at $ z \sim $ 10, 20, and 30 for the $1\sigma$, $2\sigma $ and $3\sigma$, where the density perturbations are assumed of the standard $\Lambda$CDM cosmology. If we could apply this gaussian distribution to the extreme small probability, the gas clouds would be formed at $ z \sim $40, 60, and 80 for the $4\sigma$, $6\sigma$, and $8\sigma$. The first gas clouds within our galaxy must be formed around $z\sim 40$. Even if the gas cloud is metal poor, there is a lot of possibility to form the planets around such stars. The first planetary systems could be formed within $\sim 6\times 10^7$ years after the Big Bang in the universe. Even in our galaxies, it could be formed within $\sim 1.7\times 10^8$ years. It is interesting to wait the observations of planets around metal-poor stars. For the panspermia theory, the origin of life could be expected in such systems.