Difference between revisions of "Space"

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<small>For the [[astronomy]] term, see [[Outer space]]</small>
 
 
 
'''Space''' is, in its simplest terms, the [[geometry]] of three [[dimension]]s. In [[mathematics|mathematical]] theory, spaces with more or fewer than three dimensions can be described, although these cannot exist in the real universe.
 
'''Space''' is, in its simplest terms, the [[geometry]] of three [[dimension]]s. In [[mathematics|mathematical]] theory, spaces with more or fewer than three dimensions can be described, although these cannot exist in the real universe.
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[[Outer space]] is the physical realm beyond the Earth's atmosphere.
  
  
 
[[Category:Geometry]]
 
[[Category:Geometry]]

Revision as of 16:15, 8 February 2010

Space is, in its simplest terms, the geometry of three dimensions. In mathematical theory, spaces with more or fewer than three dimensions can be described, although these cannot exist in the real universe.

Outer space is the physical realm beyond the Earth's atmosphere.