Hello. So the last few days there have been articles about how our universe may now contain around 2 trillion galaxies, up from 100-200 billion galaxies that was previously determined. But unfortunately I can't make complete sense of the articles I've read, including the one on NASA's site. They seem either inconsistent or unclear. The articles suggest more or less that the 2 trillion number is what it used to be, when there were smaller galaxies and before many merged together to make bigger galaxies, but at the same time they either state the new number in the present tense or simply don't clarify on this point. So my questions: Is 2 trillion galaxies what it should be currently, or simply what it used to be when the universe was younger? The new discovery still does not imply that there's more ordinary matter than what's already been estimated, or does it?