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NASA-HS201427a-HubbleUltraDeepField2014-20140603.jpg
The Hubble Ultra-Deep Field image shows some of the most remote galaxies visible with present technology, each consisting of billions of stars. (Apparent image area about 1/79 that of a full moon)[᱑]
Age (within Lambda-CDM model) 13.799 ± 0.021 billion years[᱒]
Diameter Unknown.[᱓] Diameter of the observable universe: 8.8×1026 m (28.5 Gpc or 93 Gly)[᱔]
Mass (ordinary matter) At least 1053 kg[᱕]
Average density (including the contribution from energy) 9.9 x 10−30 g/cm3[᱖]
Average temperature 2.72548 K[᱗]
Main contents Ordinary (baryonic) matter (4.9%)
Dark matter (26.8%)
Dark energy (68.3%)[᱘]
Shape Flat with a 0.4% margin of error[᱙]

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