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The unobservable universe
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This is what huge swaths of the distant Universe looks like. But how far does the Universe as-we-know-it, including the unobservable part. If we know how big the observable Universe is, why can't we figure out how big the unobservable part is?. And, after nearly 14 billion years of expansion since the big bang, the part of the Universe we can see — the observable Universe — is
And, since the universe is expanding, these distances will remain unobservable, because through light from those distances is presumably heading towards us. billion years ago, the Big Bang occurred. The Universe was filled with matter , antimatter, radiation, and existed in an ultra-hot, ultra-dense. Based on current research, any possible estimates that may be able to narrow down how many times larger it is than the observable universe?.
The Unobservable Universe: A Paradox-Free Framework for Understanding the Universe [Scott M. Tyson, Catherine J. Rourke, Thomas M. Hill] on locksmithsomervillema.com The observable universe is a spherical region of the Universe comprising all matter that can be observed from Earth at the present time, because.