Subject: If the speed of light is a constant, why does the red shift occur?
Date: Wed Mar 6 23:10:36 2002
Posted by Tom
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Area of science: Astronomy
The way I understand the Doppler effect with sound, it happens because of one
object moving toward or away from another. But how would this work with
light, since the speed of light doesn't depend on the relative motions of the
Re: If the speed of light is a constant, why does the red shift occur?
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