Why are Distant Galaxies Moving Away Faster? - Universe Today
Question: Why are more distant galaxies moving away faster? Answer: As you know, the Universe is expanding after the Big Bang. That means that every part of the Universe was once crammed into a tiny spot smaller than a grain of sand. Then it began expanding, and here we are, 13.7 billion years later with … Continue reading "Why are Distant Galaxies Moving Away Faster?"
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