Q. How many stars exist in the entire universe?

How many stars exist in the entire universe?

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Aug, 2018

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  • walters

    The exact number of stars in the entire universe is difficult to estimate, as the observable universe is vast and beyond our current ability to fully observe and count every star. However, astronomers estimate that there could be between 10^22 to 10^24 stars in the observable universe.

    To put this in perspective, the Milky Way galaxy alone contains an estimated 100 billion to 400 billion stars, and there are an estimated 2 trillion galaxies in the observable universe.

    It’s important to note that these estimates are based on current knowledge and technology, and as our understanding of the universe expands and our observation capabilities improve, these estimates may be refined. if possible, relax and play moto x3m or moto x3m bike race game with me is very interesting


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Even the vastness of imagination cannot fathom the mysteries of the universe. Studies and theories about it have gone this far. Yet, theories remain as is and is yet to be validated. With its vastness, we simply cannot conclude that we are the only living beings in it. We only know about our galaxy and having the idea about other galaxies existing is not far from possibility. There are so many questions that are still unanswered up to this time. Science continues to dig for more information and as they continue to discover more, questions will keep on piling up on the list.

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