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zhermes
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May23-11, 06:28 PM
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Large scale features of the universe don't change very rapidly. Therefore everything within a 10s of megaparsecs (or more) of us, won't be all that different now from when we're seeing them.

The universe as a whole, we expect, should look similar to our local neighborhood. Both with spiral galaxies like our own, and large ellipticals, and giant clusters, etc.