How big is space?

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It's a debatable questiton. Most astronomers agree the universe is about 14 billion years old. And Space is endless.
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Nobody really knows how big space is. Many believe that it is infinite, while others believe that nothing can go on forever, therefor it must have an end. Until we are advanced enough that we can explore space in it's entirety, if we are ever that advanced, we will never really know just how big space is. You can find more information here: http://whyfiles.org/2009/how-big-is-space/
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