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Q: What did the existence of galaxies reveal about the size of the universe?
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Are all 100000000000 galaxies in our universe be any size and shape?

Yes, galaxies can be any size and shape.

How the size of the universe changed not the size or mass of the earth JUST the universe?

The Universe is continuously expanding. The distance between galaxies increases. The amount of space in the Universe increases.

If the universe is infinite then why are there a finite amount of galaxies?

It is not yet certain what size the Universe is, not even approximately - but it is probably not infinite. If you have seen an estimate about the number of galaxies in the Universe, it probably referred to the OBSERVABLE Universe, which is definitely not infinite.

How many galaxies found in the universe?

The observable Universe has somewhere around 1011 galaxies. The entire Universe is much larger than the observable Universe, but currently, it is not known exactly how much larger. It might be infinite in size, but in any case, it is estimated that the Universe is a lot larger than the observable Universe.

What can you infer about the size of the universe from your knowledge about galaxies?

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What can you infer about the size of the universe from knowledge about galaxies?

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Is the milky way galaxy growing with the universe too?

No, the growth of the universe is caused by the galaxies moving away from each other, with no relation to their size.

Why do galaxies expand primarily on one plane as oppposed to all planes ie a plate instead of a sphere?

Because galaxies don't expand. The universe expands. Think of galaxies as little spots on a balloon. When you blow it up the surface gets larger not the little spots, but the spots do get further apart. Gravity creates the extreme flatness that you observe. Moments after the big bang the initial structure of the universe was set, that applies to the size of the galaxies as well. The only observable difference is the galaxies were a lot closer to each other in the beginning. Gravity then took over and started effecting the closest galaxies by pulling them closer together. The galaxies face a battle between the expanding universe and the gravity of other galaxies.

How can astronomers make a mosaic of 100 billion galaxies in the universe of every shape size and color?

Astronomers could make this complex mosaic on the side of a large building, but it is unlikely that they would be able to include all 100 billion galaxies (i.e. 60 billion spiral/barred spiral galaxies, 20 billion lenticular galaxies, 15 billion elliptical galaxies, and 5 billion irregular/peculiar galaxies).

What does science tell us about the origin of the unverse?

The galaxies in the universe are continuously moving away from each other.Hence it is presumed that at some point of time they were all close and that the universe started from a huge bang which resulted in the "point" size universe growing into the vastness of today.

An open universe is one that?

An open universe is a universe where all of the galaxies and stars and everything in the universe keep expanding with nothing stopping them. This theory says that the galaxies and stars will keep going further and further from the centre of the universe until everything dies off. This is the opposite of the closed universe theory where everything will expand, and then something will cause a turning point and everything will contract until everything there ever was will fit into a space the size of the dot at the end of this sentence. Then, possibly another 'Big Bang' will happen and start everything over again. :)

What do scientist know about the size of the universe?

We know that we have observed galaxies out to as much as 14 billion light years from us in every direction, and we have never seen an end to it yet.