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Posted by mr Gravity/">mr Gravity on July 23, 1998 17:54:22 UTC

The longest disance we could ever see in whatever telescope we have or ever build is the distance that equals 200 000 years from the big bang. Before that time the universa as it was, was filled with a dense "gas" preventing the very first rays to reach us.

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