Subject: Why are galaxies accelerating away,and not slowing down?
Date: Thu May 25 18:14:56 2000
Posted by Bobby Porter
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Diboll State/Province: Tx.
Area of science: Astronomy
According to Hubble,the farther away a galaxy is the faster it travels.
Shouldn't it be slowing down or remain static?
Re: Why are galaxies accelerating away,and not slowing down?
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