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The Observed Distribution Of Cosmological Redshifts?

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Posted by Eugene on August 16, 2001 13:25:37 UTC

What does the observed distribution look like for the redshifts of galaxies when transformed to the Cosmic Background Radiation rest frame?

Are the redshifts in the Cosmic Background Radiation rest frame distributed in a smooth and random way or does the data tend to cluster and be lumpy? Has anyone investigated this?

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