Where Does Space End?

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The answer to the question about where space ends is unknown because there is a limit to the space that can be seen. Furthermore, there are objects and matter that lie beyond 15 to 20 billion light years from the universe. The light from this distance cannot be seen from our universe.
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Some scientists believe that the universe is about 78-billion light years across. It has been described as infinite, and without boundaries. You can find more information here: http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=302857
We do not have the capability of knowing where space ends. Most scientists hypothesize that space doesn't have an end, it goes on indefinitely.
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