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7. The early developmental stages
   of distant objects

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The visible locations in the universe

The event horizon that we discern takes up a significant radius, and so the age has also attained a substantial magnitude. For this reason it is not possible to see the most distantl galaxies visible in the earliest or initial phase of their developmental stage. A certain limit is reached. What we see are already distinct developmental stages of galaxies in an advanced age. The assumption that it concerns galaxies with an age of a few million years is erroneous. The information from earlier periods has long since moved away from us, and also can no longer be obtained through super telescopes..

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Albert Einstein

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