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The Whole Visible Universe

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Posted by Alexander on January 19, 2001 01:04:58 UTC

Well, it looks like the whole VISIBLE Universe is expanding at about the same rate (if you graph red shift in 3D), so someone anywhere in the visible part of Universe will see it expanding with the same rate as we see from Earth.

By the way, nor he will see one "edge" of Universe being closer than the opposite, regardless his location.

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