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If the universe continues to expand and we cannot visually see stars at the farthest edges of the universe without the use of telescopes, will not all stars eventually disappear from human sight? And what is the limit or the farthest distance that normal human vision can see a star. If we could figure out the farthest distance that we can see a star then we could estimate when the entire night sky would be completely black.
Re: If the universe continues to expand, will not all stars disappear visually?
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