One theory is, that it will continue to expand forever because the velocity at which it is expanding will over come the gravitational effect of the galaxies on each other.
Another Theory is that due to Gravitational pull, the galaxies will start to pull each back towards a central point and start of a new Big Bang. This is called the Oscillatory Theory
The universe will expand forever, there is no limit as it still expands today
Yes, the universe expand.
Isotropically, as far as we can tell. More interesting is what does it expand into. At the boundary of the universe there isn't anything - including space. Perhaps the voidness draws the space/energy/matter towards it.
the universe can not be everything because there has to be space for it to expand into
It began to expand in size. There is a hole at that point in our knowledge of the early universe but without a doubt the universe began to expand.
They don't expand. There just leftover from the explosion of the universe.
It will continue to expand
Yes, a coasting universe will always expand. For more informaton read Edwin Hubble's Law.
The origin of the universe doesn't really change at all.
it keeps on expanding
The universe simply cant expand at 0 acceleration.
To man's knowledge, there is no point at which the universe ends. Scientists believe that the universe is infinite and continuing to expand.
Mathematically, it's called an "open" universe. As best we can tell as of now, our Universe is open.
actually it all started at a explosion called the big bang first the universe was stuck inside the explosion untill the universe began to expand inside this explosion pushing and making this explosion expand, finally when the explosion exploded the universe was formed
The universe expands 45 miles every second.
"A end of the universe" are not existing! The universe is endless.
It will expand more rapidly.
Do you have a specific scientist in mind??
Redshift does not expand the universe. Redshift is a physical quantity that is used to describe the expansion of the universe. The current time has a redshift of zero. at redshift 1, the universe was half the size it is now. At redshift 2, the universe was 1/3 the size it is now, and so on. if redshift is z, then (size of universe at redshift z)/(current size of universe)= 1/(z+1)
According to scientists the universe continues to expand as a result of the initial big bang.
No. It is space itself that is expanding.
a parsec distance which is 3.26 lightyears
This question has been giving nightmares to cosmologists for years.But with the current evidences, scientists have determined that the universe is expanding at an ever-increasing rate and it will expand forever.
There is no end of the universe. The universe goes on for ever and ever.
It has yet to be seen if the universe contracts. Evidence suggests it is expanding at the moment. Red shift etc.