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The universe could be more crowded than we thought

An international team of researchers has carried out an extremely precise survey of the observable universe, and estimated that there are around 10 times as many galaxies populating the cosmos than had previously been believed... Continue Reading The universe could be more crowded than we thought Category: Space Tags: Hubble Universe Galaxy Related Articles: Astronomers discover the most d
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