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NASA spacecraft discovers the universe is less crowded than we thought – CNET

Observations from New Horizons at the edge of the solar system indicate there may be fewer galaxies than we thought.



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This very wide, multiframe panorama was taken in October 2014 at Canyon de Chelly National Monument in northeast Arizona. The zodiacal light is at left, with the northern Milky Way to the right.
Z. Levay
While we might think of space as a vast sea of blackness, all we have to do is look up at night to see that it’s punctuated by countless stars, galaxies and even a few planets visible to the naked eye.
Scientists recently used data from NASA’s New Horizons mission out beyond Pluto to measure just…

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