The observable universe through study, is commonly known to be 93 billion light years across. That is 93 billion light years in any direction, so that is an unimaginably massive area, and very hard for people to understand how the observable universe is measured. It’s based on the light that has travelled from the edge of the observable universe to Earth. Read more here !
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Read the moons sections, and you will learn about how moons have developed billions of years, and how important our moon is to the Earth. Now let us look into…Read Full Article
Let's bring it closer to home and talk about our very own moon. Our moon, or 'Luna' as it's also called, is very important to us and to the Earth…Read Full Article