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How many particles are in the observable universe?

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In astrophysics, the Eddington number is the number of protons in the observable universe. Eddington originally calculated it as about 1.57 times 10 to the seventy-ninth power. Current estimates make it approximately 10 to the eighty-seventh power.

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