The farthest galaxies we see are 12 to the ninth light-years away,
A light-year is 5.88 times 10 to the twelfth miles, they say,
It makes our world -- even our galaxy -- the tiniest bit of
How can the Universe be expanding when no one can define the
Hubble's law blows our minds, galaxies move faster the farther
Where did the Big Bang begin? And was there space before that?
Does anyone really speak space-time-ese or MC squared-type