Subject: How do we know that objects seen in Hubble Deep Field are all the same age?
Date: Tue May 16 12:33:10 2000
Posted by cynthia kravitz
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: grad student
City: new york State/Province: ny
Area of science: Astronomy
Isn't this notion-- that galaxies seen within a particular part of the
Hubble Deep Field are of an equal age-- predicated upon the assumption
that the 'Big Bang' is not only a theory, but a fact? How can scientists
justify this assumption?
Re: How do we know that objects seen in Hubble Deep Field are all the same age?
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