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ZefresZero ZefresZero 18-21, M 6 Answers Jun 11 in Community

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Depends on where you are in relation to air pollution, light pollution, etc. Technically, you'd be able to see every star within a 13.7 billion light year radius. Only thing is most of the light is so faint, it's hard to see without specialized equipment.

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Depends on light pollution levels, your own eyesight, and where you're viewing from.

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Probably 3 to 5 thousand.

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billions and billions?

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