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The universe will continue to exist about 140 billion years ago, which is ten times more than the age of the observed world, equal to about 13.8 million years. The study of the international team of scientists is published in the library of electronic preprints arXiv.org and aims to publish in the journal Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, reports the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun. Similar conclusions were found observing the telescope with the help of the HSC camera (Hyper Suprime-Cam) Subaru for about ten million galaxies. Taking into account the distribution of dark matter and dark energy, which account for more than 95 percent of the observed energy mass of the world, scientists work under the standard cosmology model ΛCDM (Λ Cold Dark matter), estimate the speed of Expansion of the universe, which turned out to be a little slower than was thought. According to Lenta.ru, a press release from the Subaru observatory indicates that the observations allowed to obtain a detailed three-dimensional map of the distribution of matter in the universe and the records of the European Space Telescope Planck specified the restrictions imposed on the parameters of ΛCDM. As reported by "Yugopolis", former astrophysicist Ethan Siegel revealed the future of the solar system after the death of mankind.