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Posted by didacta@celje.eurocom.si on April 22, 2000 08:08:27 UTC

Author: k.j. (ts4-067.dialup.amis.net)
Date: 04-20-2000 12:33

If the object(star, not a black hole, that you can see it) causes the gravitational field.Energy of a photon(e=hv) h=planck.c.
v=freq.light has less energy when detected
in deep space.Question: where does the lost energy go?

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