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Universe Classification is a method of determinating the size of a valid 'Verse'

Universe Class

The Universe class is the basic size of a universe that contains galaxies, verses stretching from 80 Billion LY to ~500 Billion LY are considered Universes. Most are determined on size.

Subclasses:

F - Class Universe

An F-class universe is not yet a universe but is considered one since it contains multiple galaxies. They are below 90 Billion LY

E - Class Universe

An E-Class Universe is the smallest valid type of Universe, which is under 90 Billion LY in diameter

D - Class Universe

A D-Class Universe is a small-medium sized universe, usually over 90 Billion LY and under 150 Billion LY

C - Class Universe

A C-Class universe is a medium-sized Universe, usually between 150 Billion LY and 210 Billion LY

B - Class Universe

A B-Class Universe is a medium-large Universe, between the size of 210 Billion LY and 350 Billion LY

A - Class Universe

An A-Class universe is a Large universe between the size of 350 Billion LY to 500 Billion LY

S - Class Universe

An S-Class universe is a universe beyond 500 Billion LY but is not yet a multiverse. These are rare.

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