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Will someone please explain to me in (laymans terms) why with all the
billions and billions of stars in the universe, the sky at night between
the stars is still jet black. Of course I know nothing at all about the
universe, but it would seem to me with all those stars out there
emitting light, that the universe would be very bright instead of dark.
Is it because the universe is so large and distances are so great that
the light becomes so diffused and scattered, that by the time it
reaches us, only faint glimmers of light can be seen? I know this is a
dumb question but it is something that has always bugged me.
Thanks for your responses
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