Whats the furthest object we can see?
The farthest object in space that you can see with only your eyes in the night sky is the Andromeda Galaxy. It is a huge spiral galaxy, and it is the closest large galaxy to us outside of the Milky Way.
What’s the farthest we’ve seen in space?
Researchers have spotted what might be the farthest astronomical object ever found — a galaxy candidate named HD1 that they estimate is 13.5 billion light-years away. That’s an astonishing 100 million light-years more distant than the current farthest galaxy, GN-z11.
What is beyond the universe?
The trite answer is that both space and time were created at the big bang about 14 billion years ago, so there is nothing beyond the universe. However, much of the universe exists beyond the observable universe, which is maybe about 90 billion light years across.
- Whats the furthest object we can see?
- What’s the farthest we’ve seen in space?
- What is beyond the universe?
- Is the universe infinite?
- Does space ever end?
- How cold is space?
- Is space hot or cold?
- Is the universe eternal?
- How many years are left in the universe?
- How many universes are there?
- Is there more than one universe?
- Do parallel universes exist?
- Are we living in a multiverse?
- Is the universe spinning?
- How many galaxies are there?
- Is the universe flat?
- How many directions are there in the universe?
- What is the universe inside of?
- Does north exist in space?
- How did the universe start?