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In 1995 the Hubble telescope revealed what lies beyond the edge of the observable universe. In a small pitch-black area of the then known universe it found 3000 distant galaxies. This discovery was called: "Hubble Deep Field". The more powerful our space telescopes get the more is being revealed. There is no end. The only edge there is to speak ...


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The 'edge' of the observable universe is as much a edge as is the 'edge' of how far you can look from the roof of your house: none at all, it's just a limit to our vision. We can never reach this edge though for the observable universe, as the limit to our movement is the speed of light - and the edge recedes faster than the speed of light. There is no ...


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'Science' is based on taking experimental observations, developing potential hypothesis or theories to match those observations, and then thinking of further experiments that could be conducted to prove or dis-prove your hypothesis. If enough experimental evidence backs up a hypothesis, you could then consider asking it 'what-if' questions to make ...


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