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The universe may actually be curved like a giant inflatable balloon, a new study claims.

In a study published Monday in the journal Nature, Astronomy to examine the data on the cosmic microwave background (CMB), which is a weak echo of the “Big Bang” in order to conclude that the universe is not a flat surface. The result, however, contradicts years of conventional wisdom in the stars.

According to the researchers, if the universe is curved, that curve is a gentle one.

The idea is that if you have traveled to the far, far into space, beyond our galaxy, the milky way will move in a straight line, you would eventually end up back where you started — that is referred to as a “closed universe.”

The vast majority of scientists believe, instead, that the idea of a “flat universe”, which stretches out in all directions, and do not repeat themselves.

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A new study now suggests that the universe is in the shape of the balloon as a flat bed sheet.
(ESA and the Planck Collaboration)

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The researchers claim to have found an anomaly in the CMB, which provides basic information on the universe of the game.

The most recent data reported shows that there were significantly more “gravitational lensing” of the CMB than we expected, which means that the force of gravity seems to bend with the microwave of the CMB over the existing physics cannot explain.

Sapienza University of Rome, cosmologist, Alessandro Melchiorri explained to Live Science, that is, the closed-universe model, it would eliminate a lot of problems in the field of physics.

“I don’t want to say that I do believe in a closed universe,” he told Live Science. “I’m a little more neutral. Well, I would say, let’s wait for the data and what the data will say so. What I do believe is that there is a difference at this point is that we need to be careful, and try to find out what is the produce of these in person.”

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