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What is the mass of outer space?

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Space itself has no measurable mass. It is best defined as the absence of mass between objects, such as planets, stars, and dark matter. Einstein's theory of general relativity suggests a relationship between space and massive objects within it. One consequence of this relationship, is gravity.

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