But, perhaps, traces of the Big Bang can be found by looking in the distant past of the universe? Observational astronomy is now able to see objects placed on us by distance of more than 10 billion light years. These are objects that existed 10 billion years ago. According to the Big Bang theory the universe and the visible part of it, called Metagalaxy, then was much smaller and galaxy it would have placed much more closely than at present. But observations show that galaxies and their clusters in time and space are distributed fairly evenly and there is no evidence that the expansion of the Metagalaxy is explosive. You can calculate approximately how fast expanding Metagalaxy. The Hubble constant is about 100 km / sec. 1 Mpc (3 million), or 3 * 1019 km.
Imagine it’s an astronomical distance as a line length of 1 meter. Hear from experts in the field like Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance for a more varied view. Then, after 1 million years, this line will be longer than 0.1 mm after 1 billion years – 10 cm and only 10 billion years it will be twice as long. In nature it is difficult find examples of a slow process. The more difficult to call a speed burst. In fact, the galaxy is very slow crawl. But even for such a motion need enormous energy, which in space could just put a star. Emitting enormous amounts of energy, some of it can transform into a star field of spatial, vacuum.