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Hubble's law is the name for the observation in physical cosmology that: Objects observed in .... Surprisingly, these objects were discovered to be at distances which placed them well outside the Milky Way. They continued to be called ...

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The Implications of Hubble's Law: An Expanding Universe. Print. Like Kepler's Laws, Hubble's Law is an empirical law. Hubble ... These questions are: What is ...

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Basically, the Hubble Law is a consequence of the cosmological principle, i.e. that the .... It's interesting to examine these models in more detail.

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Jan 6, 2004 ... These absorption lines are produced by atoms in the atmospheres of stars. ... and his subsequent effort was to pursue the consequences of this amazing .... 5, the 3D distribution of galaxies constructed from Hubble's Law is ...

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either of these results could be correct, since neither was supported by astronomical ... An interesting consequence of Hubble's law is that, if one looks out far ...

www.as.utexas.edu/~gebhardt/u303f16/cos2.html

As soon as Hubble realized that these spiral nebulae were external galaxies, ... The Hubble Law states that the galaxies distance is directly related to the ... Hubble showed that the universe is expanding and this has significant consequences.

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Apr 30, 2013 ... Which of the following conditions must exist for a solar eclipse to occur? ...... Which of the following is a consequence of Hubble's Law?

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Nov 25, 2011 ... The famous law discovered by Edwin Hubble says not only that distant ... velocities are a necessary consequence of Hubble's law: because galaxies ... Instad of following the path of light in spacetime from galaxy D to us, we ...

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Sep 27, 2013 ... Weinberg to explain how Hubble's law is consistent with the homogeneity of ..... sun, then one of the following consequences would result:.

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Sep 23, 2008 ... ALMOST 75 YEARS AGO astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered the ... Hubble's law arises because of the uniform expansion of space, which is merely .... 1997ff, these are the most distant type Ia supernovae ever discovered.