Yes.........Because in a finite universe only things that can be imagined can be forseen as a object in the known universe.
they are codes to the entire universe, use them wisely....
He-man: Masters Of The Universe.
At least two pairs: they form the outer rectangle which represents the "universe".
This is obviously a square that cannot exist in our universe, where all sides of a square ere equal....
A universe may be infinite, but an observable universe is only everything we can see. An observable universe will always be finite, and the same or usually smaller than a universe.
the universe is isotropic & homogeneous, meaning there is no center. the observable universe has a center, which is the part of the universe we can see. we are at the center of the observable universe.
It is not yet certain what size the Universe is, not even approximately - but it is probably not infinite. If you have seen an estimate about the number of galaxies in the Universe, it probably referred to the OBSERVABLE Universe, which is definitely not infinite.
We are at the centre of the observable universe, keyword being 'observable'.
There are an estimated 1011 (100 billion) galaxies in the observable Universe. It is not known how much bigger the Universe is, compared to the observable part.
The observable Universe has somewhere around 1011 galaxies. The entire Universe is much larger than the observable Universe, but currently, it is not known exactly how much larger. It might be infinite in size, but in any case, it is estimated that the Universe is a lot larger than the observable Universe.
The universe is all that exists. The observable universe is all that we can see.
The diameter of the observable Universe is approximately 140Ym (Yottameters) or 14,000,000,000 light-years. However, the total Universe is assumed to be 930Ym, this is a very general estimate since we can't see this far and since the Universe is always expanding.
Yes. There are at least 90 billion trillion or more planets in the observable universe.
WikiSky will not map all 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe
The observable volume of the universe is spherical with a radius of around 14 billion light years. Comment : The answer depends a bit on definitions. Wikipedia's article called "Observable universe" seems quite comprehensive. I'm inclined to go with the answer : "about 46 billion light years" as the radius of the observable universe, but I'm not an expert.
There are an estimated 1011 galaxies in the observable Universe. The entire Universe is much bigger than the observable Universe. It may be infinitely bigger, but it is not currently known whether this is the case.