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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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What two quantities did Edwin Hubble compare for a sample of galaxies to discover the expansion ... Which of the following is a consequence of Hubble's Law?

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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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Apr 30, 2013 ... All the following statements about Betelgeuse are true. Which one can you infer ...... Which of the following is a consequence of Hubble's Law?

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Of the following, the one that is the least likely consequence of the collision of two galaxies is ... B. Is NOT a law of nature. C. Can be expressed as v = H0d. D. All of the above. 27. Which of the following is NOT true of the Hubble constant?

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With the benefit of improved telescopes, Hubble started to notice that the light coming from these galaxies was shifted a little towards the red end of the spectrum ...

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The Expanding Universe & Hubble's law ... as Hubble's law and is shown in the following plot.

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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 fact. .... Far beyond Hubble's original sample, Hubble's Law holds true.

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Apr 19, 1996 ... km s. Which of the following statements regarding the nature of this velocity is correct? a. Since the galaxy is approaching us, Hubble's law must ...