What is the expansion rate of the universe?
As reported in The Astrophysical Journal, researchers using the veteran space telescope have estimated that the expansion rate of the Universe is 73 kilometers per second per megaparsec plus or minus 1.
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.
What happens if the universe keeps expanding?
If gravity overpowers expansion, the cosmos will collapse in a Big Crunch. If the universe continues to expand indefinitely, as expected, we’ll face a Big Freeze. But if dark energy pushes the expansion rate to near infinity, we’ll have a Big Rip that tears everything, even atoms, apart.
- What is the expansion rate of the universe?
- What is beyond the universe?
- What happens if the universe keeps expanding?
- How will our universe end?
- What is at the end of space?
- How many universes are there?
- What is the 11th dimension?
- Are we living in a multiverse?
- Do Multiverses exist?
- How do you enter a parallel universe?
- What is a omniverse?
- What are the 10 dimensions?
- What is 100th dimension?
- What is the 26th dimension?
- What is the 1st dimension?
- Do humans see in 4D?
- What would a 10th dimension look like?
- What is a 10th dimensional being?
- What are 4D beings?
- How many dimensions can humans see?