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SimonWers

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  1. Hey everyone, I just registered, this looks like a very cool forum. I was just on a site called Scale of the Universe, it's very cool, it lets you zoom in and out from an atom to the universe. If you zoom all the way out it says the observable universe is 140 Ym but the whole universe is estimated to be 930 Ym across. If the observable universe is based on the light leaving that point at the start of time and only reaching us now, how can anything beyond that point (anything in the non observable universe) have got there from the point of the big bang? Wouldnt it have to have travelled there faster than the speed of light? Hope you can help! Thanks.
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