This number is a prime.

+ 10^79+49 is the nearest prime (emirp) to the “Universe number”. Note that 10^79 has been called the "Universe number" because it is considered a reasonable lower limit estimate for the number of atoms in the observable universe, (See PC79). [Loungrides]

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