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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Universe Does Not Have A Center Of Mass.

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Posted by Alexander on March 9, 2001 04:02:56 UTC

Hold on, this is local group of galaxies (Milky, Andromeda, etc) orbiting the Great Attractor.

But I am talking about large-scale homogenuity of distribution of galaxies in the Universe. So far no special "centers" or "edges" were found. Therefore, there is no center of mass of Universe.

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