How Might Emission Spectra Be Used to Study Stars?

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Emission spectra can be used to study stars because it gives astrologers an idea of the different elements that are present in the star itself. Also, it has been discovered that there is a shift in the spectra of distance stars, which indicates that they are travelling away from Earth and from each other. This indicates that the universe is still expanding.
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