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Q&A: Cosmology

Q:
I need to find out what objects are in space further than 131,700,000,000 light years.

A:
There are undoubtedly many objects at a distance greater than 131 billion light years, but we can't know about them, if the Big Bang theory is correct and the observable universe originated only about 13 billion years ago. Light has not had enough time to reach us from such distant objects


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