Recently I've asked myself where did the Big Bang happen? Have Astronomers found a paticular region of space where this single point might of been? Even if so think about this... Astronomers are looking deep into space and trying to map out the Universe. The Deeper they look the further in the past they see. I've read books and seen TV shows about Astronomers looking 12 to 13 billion years in the past, even observing some of the remnants of the Big Bang. So, Which direction are they looking? And if you look in the opposite direction you would still see far in the past. So, if you are at a single point in space and all around you and as far as we can observe is the known past, how is it possible for one region of space to have this single point? I don't know if I have explained my question very well to give a good enough picture of what I'm talking about or asking. But all I know is in every direction around us we can only see so far and so far in the past. Where is this region of space where the Big Bang happened? Does anyone know?