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Estimated Distance To Edge Of Universe In Relation To Deep Field

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Posted by Person on September 11, 2005 15:18:24 UTC

I am interested to know if the official estimated "edge" of our universe has changed.
The deep field telescope shows alot more out there than thought before, so has this actually changed the scientific communities "size" of the overall universe? Or has it changed anything else such as age or even how the big bang is supposed to have occured? previous post was timed out apparently, sorry.
Z

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