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Some ancient Greeks thought that the Universe has infinite space and has existed forever.

They thought it had a set of spheres which corresponded to the fixed stars, the Sun and various planets.

The broadest word meaning of the Universe is found in De divisione naturae by the medieval philosopher Johannes Scotus Eriugena, who defined it as simply everything: everything that exists and everything that does not exist.

Time is not considered in Eriugena's definition; thus, his definition includes everything that exists, has existed and will exist, as well as everything that does not exist, has never existed and will never exist.

The equivalent area of sky that the picture occupies is shown in the lower left corner.

The smallest, reddest galaxies, about 100, are some of the most distant galaxies to have been photographed. The most used scientific model of the Universe is known as the Big Bang theory.

Current thinking in cosmology is that the age of the Universe is 13.73 (± 0.12) billion years, According to general relativity, space can get bigger faster than the speed of light, but we can view only part of the universe because of the speed of light.

Physicists are currently unsure if anything existed before the Big Bang.

They are also unsure whether the size of the universe is infinite.

It was natural for the Greeks to assume that the Earth was stationary and that the heavens rotated about the Earth, because careful astronomical and physical measurements (such as the Foucault pendulum) are required to prove otherwise.

The most common term for "Universe" among the ancient Greek philosophers from Pythagoras onwards was το παν (The All), defined as all matter (το ολον) and all space (το κενον).