Observable universe

Observable universe - Observable universe Visualization of...

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Observable universe Visualization of the 93 billion light year – or 28 billion parsec – three-dimensional observable universe. The scale is such that the fine grains of light represent collections of large numbers of superclusters . The Virgo Supercluster – home of Milky Way – is marked at the center, but is too small to be seen in the image. Physical cosmology Universe · Big Bang Age of the universe Timeline of the Big Bang Ultimate fate of the universe Early universe [show] Expanding universe [show]
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Structure formation [show] Components [show] Timeline [show] Experiments [show] Scientists [show] v d e In Big Bang cosmology , the observable universe consists of the galaxies and other matter that we can in principle observe from Earth in the present day, because light (or other signals) from those objects has had time to reach us since the beginning of the cosmological expansion. Assuming
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