A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... distances pre- cisely , because we can measure time more accurately than length . In effect , the meter is defined to be the distance traveled by light in 0.000000003335640952 second , as measured by a cesium clock . ( The reason for ...
... distance to that galaxy . If we could do this for a number of stars in the same galaxy , and our calculations always gave the same distance , we could be fairly confident of our estimate . In this way , Edwin Hubble worked out the distances ...
... distance between them . So it predicted that the red shift of a galaxy should be directly proportional to its distance from us , exactly as Hubble found . Despite the success of his model and his prediction of Hubble's observations ...
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