How old is the universe? It’s not a big number

When it comes to the age of the universe, there is no easy answer.

But we can try to give some sense by using some of the big numbers.

The oldest thing in the universe is the very small universe known as the Large Bang.

Its size is around 12.8 trillion light-years and it formed at the moment the universe was formed.

The universe has an age of 14.6 billion years and the number of galaxies in the observable universe is just 1,000.

And that doesn’t include the universe’s own, unseen, “dark energy.”

We know that galaxies have been forming ever since the big bang.

But the universe has been expanding and expanding for billions of years.

And in the last 100 years or so, the universe had its most rapid expansion yet.

So if you want to understand the age, just remember that the universe began expanding, but the age is just one part of the overall universe.

And if you know how long it takes the universe to expand, you can look at the number 10.

And we know that the age can be divided by a factor of ten.

So let’s start with the universe that we can measure.

In fact, the most precise way to measure the age we have is to use the cosmological constant, which is the measure of the expansion of the observable Universe.

So you can divide the cosmetically constant by a billion, to get the age.

That means that the observable expansion of our universe is about 10^9 million years.

The cosmically constant is about 6.4 billion times larger than the radius of our sun.

We know from measurements of the cosmology that the Universe is expanding.

But it also expands through gravitational waves.

This is the most powerful signal of the Universe’s expansion that we have ever seen.

This is the cosmic microwave background, which has been leaking energy into space for tens of thousands of years, about 2,000 light-year years away.

And it has been detected with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, which measures light emitted by the expansion process.

The cosmologically constant has been found to be about 10-8 million years old.

But this is a very conservative estimate because it’s a measure of expansion only.

It’s the age that we are actually looking for, and the cosmeasurement of it is not perfect.

We need to know how old the universe really is.

But you don’t need to go back to the Big Bang to find out.

You can look back in time.

In the early universe, the Universe was very hot and very dense.

But in the Big Picture, it’s the Universe we live in today that is most similar to the early Universe.

We’re only able to see the early parts of the Big One.

The Universe was so hot that matter could form in its very early universe.

And this is the first time that we see the Big Universe in our observable Universe, because it was not hot and dense.

The Big One was so far away that it didn’t have time to form all of its matter.

But because of the dark energy that is the stuff that makes up the Universe, it is able to form in the very early Universe because of its dark energy.

This image shows a picture of a red giant star, and you can see that its radius is about 1,500 times larger in this picture than in the one shown in the Hubble Space Telescope.

It was red because the radiation from it was much more intense.

This picture shows the evolution of stars in the early, dark universe, and then in the later Universe, and it’s pretty clear that there was a big jump in brightness at that time.

The Hubble Space Survey has detected signals from other stars.

One of them is the so-called “hot Jovian” star, a star about the size of Jupiter.

The light in this image is emitted by hot Jovians.

This star emits about as much light as the Sun and is about 5,000 times more massive than the Sun.

This picture is from the Hubble Survey.

This light comes from a star in the middle of the spectrum.

This particular star is known as a supernova remnant.

The most distant object in our Universe is the Andromeda galaxy, about a billion light-hours away.

Andromeda is not a very hot star, but it has the most intense radiation in our sky.

This image is from Hubble.

The Milky Way is a collection of galaxies, and we can tell that Andromeda is a large galaxy because there are many bright galaxies.

Andromeda’s light is much brighter than that of the Milky Way.

The Milky Way has more stars than the other galaxies, so there is more activity in Andromeda.

The Andromeda galaxy is very close to us, but we can see it from afar.

We can measure the brightness of stars at different distances from the galaxy center.

If you look at this image,