How do scientists know that the distant parts of the universe obey the physical laws exactly as we observe around us?
Does the recent news of "ten times more galaxies" imply that there is correspondingly less dark matter?
As of now how much larger is our practically observable universe compared to just prior to JWST becoming operational
Could the redshift of all incoming photons be explained by a massive ring of distant masses pulling the sources of the photons away?
Would an observer standing at the edge of the "observable universe" perceive the expansion of space-time?
How is the gravitational effect of galaxies outside of the visible universe on galaxies within the visible universe currently modeled?
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