vitttorrio Posted December 11, 2022 Share Posted December 11, 2022 (edited) Hello! So i have a question: The universe is expanding, meaning objects not close to eachother are moving away (making more space). Gravitivity of objects like the sun, never disappear in the universe. But at some space their attraction is barely perceptible. So if some time, every galaxy is so much away from each other, nothing pulls eachother anymore (there are only objects standing around in space). Would that mean the universe had no stability anymore? So will the universe colapse at some point? I´m not very educated in physics yet, so could somebody correct this assumption? Edited December 11, 2022 by vitttorrio writing mistake Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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