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    Going back to the posts earlier about the universe being small, or big or both ;-) How does 156 billion light years do?.

    http://www.space.com/scienceastronom...ay_040524.html


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    Ray Vingnutte <rvnospam@againnospam.our.uk> wrote in message news:<20041201075346.6baf1c74@darkstar.example.org >...



    Sounds like a reasonable estimate to me.

    Double-A

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    Default Size of the universe

    Isn't that meant to be a minimum? So, if that's the case, it could be a
    trillion times bigger? Is there any theoretical way to give an upper limit?

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    or both ;-) How does 156 billion light years do?.



 

 

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