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Quasars Vs The Big Bang

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Posted by R.T./">R.T. on June 2, 1999 23:00:00 UTC

There is a slight problem in understanding the structure of the universe. The light we see from quasars is the quasars' past but the present here.But the big bang is as much in the past as the quasars presents(that we see today as their pasts) have travelled. And quasars are found in all directions. They are strong gamma ray sources. Now if we recieve gamma rays from quasars, why is the echo of the big bang so red shifted as to be reduced to microwaves ?

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