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Is Space=Universe ?

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Posted by JustMe on August 5, 1998 02:01:38 UTC

I'm wondering when Scientists talk about the expanding Universe, are they refering to the galaxies which are moving further away from each other, or, are they talking about the space( with boudary ), where all galaxies are within, is expanding.

Can somebody help me ?

I can imagine expanding matters, but not expanding space.

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