Where Does Outer Space End?

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Outer space is the space that exists beyond the earth. It is thought to be about 937,098,546,344,564,382,858,541 years away from the earth. Outer space is also the region of space known as the solar system and the galaxies within it.
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Because human exploration and observation has not reached that point, we don't know for sure. Some of the ideas hypothesised are that there is nothing at all beyond it, that there
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1. Choose a location outdoors where lights are minimal. If you live within city limits, you may have to go to a more rural area just to see the stars in the sky. 2. Use the binoculars
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Space DO HAS AN END..... however the universe is expanding, according to experts, it is accualy expanding FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT (thats prety fast), it is accualy accelerating
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No one truly knows where outer space ends, or where it begins. Our universe is actually only one of many. If you were to take look at our universe, then pan out, you would see we are actually surrounded by an almost infinite amount of other worlds. We honestly have no idea how vast the space that surrounds us like a blanket every night in the night sky truly is.
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