Classical Physics

   

Observable Universe Curiosities (I)

Authors: Alberto Coe

The standard cosmological model defines the Observable Universe as the region of the Universe observed from the earth at the present time ; all the signals that have arrived to the earth since the beginning of the cosmological expansion .We could imagine a spherical volumen centered on the observer , whose radius is about r~〖10〗^26 m .This article is the introduction to other developments concerning the numerical reality of the observable universe .

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