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Our Universe Likely Has Trillions (Not Billions) Of Galaxies

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The universe is a big place. An astronomically enormous place. Until 2016, it was thought that the observable universe held about 100 billion galaxies. But thanks to research done using the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists discovered it's even bigger than that. Our universe probably has trillions of galaxies. Let that sink in as you watch the videos below.

Our Universe Has Trillions of Galaxies

According to 2016 research gathered by the Hubble Space Telescope.

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