|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
The light from the nearer edge of galaxies reach us tens or hundreds of thousands of years sooner that the light from the farther edge. With this in mind why don't we see,for example, a structure in the nearer section of a galaxy and in this same photograph an older version of that exact same structure in the farther section as well. This question has bugged me for years. Thanks for your time.....Gary
Re: Why dont galactic structures in side angle view photos appear duplicated?
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