The hardest substance in the universe is the crust of a star. It is 10,000,000,000 harder than steel.
What is outside the universe.
The name of the hardest solid is a diamond; it is the hardest object known to humankind.
Yes, diamond is the hardest mineral on earth.
Immortality.. I supose.
it is the dimond
Two of the hardest science questions are, what is the relationship of gravity to the other basic forces of the universe, and what is the dark energy which apparently is causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate.
Diamond is the hardest mineral known.
The ones that are beyond the observable Universe.
Diamond (moncrystaline carbon) is the hardest mineral on Earth at least. The universe is quite varied and we know very little of the hardness of neutron stars or black holes...
Gravity makes every object in the Universe attract every other object.
A star is probably the most distant object in the universe. The most distant "seen" object is a quasar.
The mass of an object remains the same everywhere in the universe.
stupid question of course it is the hardest material in the universe.
In the Universe the largest object structurably is Sloan Great Wall which is 1,370,000,000 light years wide and the biggest physical object is the Observable Universe Which is 93,000,000,000 lights years in diameter
The hardest metal in the universe is kentchin, it can only be located in areas of supernovas
The condensed universe itself, at the big bang.
Anything that is within the Universe.
Diamond is the hardest known mineral.
that is a wonderful question that derserves a wonderful answer!