windshields Posted December 22, 2014 Share Posted December 22, 2014 (edited) If the observable universe is 13.8 billion light years across doesn't that mean that the majority of the 200 billion stars in our galaxy have to be extremely close? I'm sure there's some amazingly obvious explanation for this Along with that our galaxy is only 100,000 light years across so wouldn't that mean like a billion stars within a light year? Edited December 22, 2014 by windshields Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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