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Q: How many months would it take to count all the stars in our universe since there are 10 billion trillion of them?

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more than a billion. too many numbers to count, lets just say over a billion or over a trillion

Count one million, two million, etc. until you reach 999 million. After that, the next number is a billion, and the cycle repeats.

194 years, 11 months, 5 days

There are a lot of stars in the universe. Our Galaxy alone is thought to contain 400 billion stars. If you can count 2 stars a second continuously without sleep it would take 200 billion seconds or 6337 years 225 days 13 hours 33 minutes and 20 seconds.Add to that the fact that there is thought to be about 400 billion galaxies in our universe. Our Galaxy is large by galaxy standards but let us assume that the average number of stars in any given galaxy is 100 billion. So at 2 a second it would take 633.7 trillion years or to put it into perspective 46,154.4 times longer than the universe has thought to existed.

Not in your lifetime.

Well, lets see it take 16 minutes to count to a thousand 31 billion years to count to a quintillion and very and probably and get ready 31 trillion years at least

Assuming it takes about 1 second to count each dollar, it would take one billion seconds, or about 31 years and 8 months.

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