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There are tens of thousands of galaxies and our galaxy, The Milky Way, is just one of them. Galaxies have many shapes and sizes; however, they have the commonality of gravity, stars, gases, dust, dark matter, and remnants of planets and stars that have exploded. Actually, the signif...Read More

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There are a lot of cosmologists that are saying that the universe is still continuing to expand as time passes by. The galaxy is said to be expanding faster than light. Some say that this is inevitable and that it is meant to occur. The universe will keep on expanding and will keep on get...Read More

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Some of the sicintsts believe that there is multiverse but they dont have evidience that its true and its completely fine if you dont believe but if there is multiverse alot of things are going to change in our phisics.

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Vansh Mayur Thakor

Multiverse is infinitenumber of parallel universes and universes.

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The exact shape of the universe is still a matter of debate among scientists. The shape can be described by the critical density. If the density of the universe is more than the critical density, then the universe is closed and curved like a sphere.
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There are some people who wish that they would be able to reach the edge of the universe but they are not sure how they are going to do it. Some have speculations that when you reach the edge of the universe, you might reach another universe and live there. The question is, is there some...Read More

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A stellar nebula BRADY OWENS

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Celestial bodies, also known as heavenly bodies are natural bodies that exist outside the earth's atmosphere. Examples of celestial bodies are: Sun, Moon, Stars, Asteroids, Kuiper belt, Comets, Galaxies, other planets and Meteorite. They form parts of the vast universe. There are billio...Read More

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According to the definition given by International Astronomical Union (IAU), a light year is the distance that light travels in a vacuum. A light year is a unit used to express and measure astronomical distances. According to IAU, light year is the product of Julian year (365.25 days) and...Read More

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Many astromers contributed to the discovery of celestial bodies. Celestial bodies were not discovered at the same time or by the same people. Galileo Galilei diiscoved details of the bodies of the solar systems, Christiaan Huygens discovered the Saturn moon called Titan. Franz Saver Von Z...Read More

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