Why can’t we go to the edge of the universe?
And although our observable universe has an edge, the universe as a whole is infinite and has no edge. As time marches on, more and more points in space have had time for their light to reach us. Therefore, our observable universe is constantly increasing in size.
What would happen if you reach the edge of the universe?
According to the cosmological principle, there cannot be an edge or limit in space beyond which there are no more galaxies or any sort of matter. If such an edge existed, matter would no longer be evenly distributed, and near that edge, the universe would no longer look the same in all directions.
Could we reach the end of space?
In either case, you could never get to the end of the universe or space. Scientists now consider it unlikely the universe has an end – a region where the galaxies stop or where there would be a barrier of some kind marking the end of space.
- Why can’t we go to the edge of the universe?
- What would happen if you reach the edge of the universe?
- Could we reach the end of space?
- What does space smell like?
- How long will universe last?
- How far in space have we gone?
- What will the end of the universe look like?
- Will we ever travel to another galaxy?
- Can the universe be reborn?
- What is beyond our universe?
- Is the universe infinite?
- Will the universe freeze?
- What is death of universe?
- How many universes are there?
- What will the universe be like in a trillion years?
- What will happen in googol years from now?
- Is the universe eternal?
- What will the Milky Way look like in 100 billion years?
- How many worlds are in our galaxy?
- What is the future of universe?