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Originally posted by Kharron
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
reply to post by xspinx
Your title is misleading. This craft was launched last year. Even if it was launched 5 years ago and traveled at twice the speed of light, which it cannot, it still would not be on the outer rim of the entire universe to be able to get this data.
I don't know if this is the entire universe or not. Certainly seems to have elements outside of our galaxy.
However, the thing that caught my eye in your post is stating that the craft cannot have traveled to the edge of the universe in order to image it. Did I read this correctly?
Are you under the impression that we need to travel to the edge of the universe in order to capture an image of it? Would that not also mean that we have to travel to another galaxy in order to snap an image of it?