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I have been sucessful in calculating the limit of expansion of universe.

Here is my research

Expansion Limit

According to Hubble's law

[tex]v=H_0r [/tex]

Where r is distance of Galaxies with respect to Center of Galaxy

As [tex]v[/tex] approaches speed of light [tex]c[/tex]

i.e [tex]v\to c[/tex]

[tex]r=c/{H_0}[/tex]

[tex]r \approx10^26 m[/tex]

Where [tex]d = 2 * 10^{26} m[/tex] is Layman Universe Expansion Limit

Observed Time to Reach Expansion limit

[tex]T = r/{H_0.r} \approx[/tex] 14 billion years

Actual time of Existence of Universe

[tex]T_0 = \frac 1 {H_0. \sqrt{1 - v^2/c^2}} = \infty[/tex]

**Conclusion - Universe has expanded to its maximum**Here is my research

Expansion Limit

According to Hubble's law

[tex]v=H_0r [/tex]

Where r is distance of Galaxies with respect to Center of Galaxy

As [tex]v[/tex] approaches speed of light [tex]c[/tex]

i.e [tex]v\to c[/tex]

[tex]r=c/{H_0}[/tex]

[tex]r \approx10^26 m[/tex]

Where [tex]d = 2 * 10^{26} m[/tex] is Layman Universe Expansion Limit

Observed Time to Reach Expansion limit

[tex]T = r/{H_0.r} \approx[/tex] 14 billion years

Actual time of Existence of Universe

[tex]T_0 = \frac 1 {H_0. \sqrt{1 - v^2/c^2}} = \infty[/tex]

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