Science > Astronomy
19 Mar 2006 10:36 PST
19 Mar 2006 10:38 PST
In Friday's USA Today there was an article about the big bang. It
said that at the time of the big bang the universe expanded 187 light
years wide in a trillionth of a second. How did it expand faster than
the speed of light?
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