WHAT IS BEYOND OR NEXT TO INTERSTELLAR SPACE ?
- 2 months ago
- jeffdanielkLv 42 months ago
Beyond interstellar space is intergalactic space. A lot of it.
- ANDRE LLv 72 months ago
Inigo Montoya: You keep using that word, I don't think you know what it means.
- bob fLv 62 months ago
You'd find the outer edge of Trumps ego.
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- CarolOklaLv 72 months ago
Inter galactic space and the cosmic microwave background radiation.
- 2 months ago
There's interplanetary - that's within our solar system...
There's interstellar - that's generally within our galaxy...
Then, there's intergalactic - the space in between galaxies.
Beyond that.... interuniversal...?
- ANDYLv 52 months ago
Your question suggests you want to know what there is beyond or next to stars in a galaxy. Intergalactic space is the answer. This means that stars are grouped in what is called a galaxy; and the space between them is called interstellar space, as you wrote. So a galaxy is the next group of stars, and the space between the two galaxies is called intergalactic space.
What is beyond galaxies is a mystery, for no one knows the answer. All you would read or hear are speculations.
- Stan DaloneLv 72 months ago
Um, interstellar space is literally the space between stars. What's next to it are stars. Beyond it would be the edge of the universe, if there is such a thing. There literally is no "outside" the universe - the universe isn't within anything; it encompasses all that there is, outside of multiverses, if they exist, and anything supernatural, if that exists.