Is the observable Universe finite or infinite?

The part of the Universe accessible to observation is finite. The radius of the observable universe is determined by the distance that light has traveled from the moment of the Big Bang to the present day. The observed boundaries of the Metagalaxy are determined by the position of the observer.

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