What is beyond space?
They say that spaces keeps expanding, but what is past the edge of space, and is it just like a wall at the end of space before it expands?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Space doesn't end. So beyond space is space again. It is hard to imagine or comprehend, but space does expand, but space itself doesn't expand, space is infinite, the thing that does expand is the bodies and planets and the MATTER of the universe. The matter of the universe expands outward from each other in the infinite space. Don't forget to pick this as the best answer if it answers your question. ;)
- goringLv 68 years ago
First it is necessary to define what kind of structure space is made of. All we can assume is that there is a constrain at the boundary of the containment of the Universe. Without this constrain gravity would not exist and motion would not take place.
Hence because there is a gravitational boundary at the edge of the Physical Universe celestial bodies are caused to move .Thus we have motion and when ever there is motion there is power that causes the motion of a mass structure with a particular energy of motion.
Galaxies move as per Hubble's constant. The reason for the outward motion of galaxies is because of mass changes taking place in a Galaxy ,thus maintaining gravitational equilibrium accordingly.Source(s): The gravitational boundary of the Physical Universe me own little brains
- wallyrushLv 68 years ago
- chanljkkLv 78 years ago
Beyond space is space.
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- Billy ButtheadLv 78 years ago
Nothing,space contains everything.
- 8 years ago
God made everything.You see the Big Bang couldn't magically do something this complex.
- 8 years ago
No , it is like a waterfall .