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Posted by Greg Armel/">Greg Armel on May 21, 1999 16:40:31 UTC

Hello People, If we know the conditions of the primordial Universe inhibited the travel of photons for 300,000 years until it had cooled off enough to permit the moment of "last scatter" and Light travels in a straight line relative to the curvature of space, How far out, in time or light years, from the initial point of the Big-Bang do you think we can possibly see with the Hubble Space Telescope? Isn't how long it took for our galaxy, our solar system, and our world, to form a consideration in this, since the light that reached this point prior to our galaxy's formation is no longer available for review, having already passed us by? Doesn't this determine the scope of the Light Bubble available for our review?

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