Is there a known quantity of CMb phtons? Presumably we can only recieve a finite amount in our detectors, but is that due to the fininite distance to our comsic horizon?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But if the universe were infinite would it have emitted an infinite amount of photons from the CMb/ Would everyplace in the an infinite universe recieve CMb photons?

If there is a finite amount, is there any way to estimate that number?

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# Quantity of CMb photons?

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