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Re: Galaxies?(I Know It's Not About Black Holes But Please Answer If You Can)

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Posted by R on April 22, 1999 03:17:09 UTC

Astronomers can see outside the Milky Way. They also know the light is not from our galaxy due to it being extremely red shifted. The faster the source is moving away from us the greater the red shift and the further away the faster the source is moving away from us.

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