Hubble law

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Etymology[edit]

After Edwin Powell Hubble, American astronomer

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Hubble law (uncountable)

  1. (astronomy) states that the velocity at which a distant object is receding from the Earth (as measured by its redshift) is proportional to its distance; observational evidence for an expanding universe

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