Is the stellar universe finite or infinite?

The boundary of the observable stellar universe is located from the Earth at a distance of about 10 billion light years. This distance is covered by light in the time since the formation of the first stars. There are simply no stars at distances farther from us. The same limit in the dimensions of the stellar Universe will be for any point of the Metagalaxy.

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