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? Does space ever end? Whether space ever ends is a hard question. There is a limit to the space that we can see, because if ...

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Apr 28, 2015 ... I attempt to answer my nephew's question about why space doesn't end. ... Why doesn't space ever end .... What does Space really look like?

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Scientists believe that the universe is about 13.75 billion years old. The observable universe .... It has been expanding ever since but not into something else.

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​ This is biggest question for mankind.! No one ever told or can certainly tell what lies beyond ... Where does space end and what is beyond that point? What is ...

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You might also wonder if space could just end with some sort of wall. Well ... This means that you could walk around and around space without it ever ending.

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posted in Astronomy and Cosmology: Ever since I was a young boy, I have wrestled with trying to understand space. In particular, I have never ...

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Mar 9, 2013 ... We do know that if we look out into space from the Earth that no matter ... ever since, and at the moment we think that it will never end, just keep ...

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Jun 2, 2016 ... The globular cluster NGC 6397 (seen in this Hubble Space Telescope ... Scientists now know the universe is expanding, at an ever-increasing rate. ... But how can the universe be expanding if there is no end or edge to it?

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Oct 29, 2010 ... Time Will End in Five Billion Years, Physicists Predict ... opposite ends of distant reaches of the universe are too far apart to have ever been in ...

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No. There is no 'edge'. You can't be outside space or there would be somewhere ' to be in'. That would constitute more space. So there can't be ...