How big is the universe today?
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If one defines the size of the present universe in terms of a hypersurface of simultaneity generated by the spatial geodesies orthogonal to our world line today, then it is finite in all expanding Big Bang Friedmann models.
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- How big is the universe today?
General Relativity and Gravitation
Volume 15, Issue 2 , pp 181-185
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