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Because CMB radiation was _____ throughout the universe, scientists can only relate the source to the big bang. spread uniformly spread sporadically not found
spread uniformly. The cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation is an emission of uniform, black body thermal energy coming from all parts of the sky.
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User: Because CMB radiation was _____ throughout the universe, scientists can only relate the source to the big bang. spread uniformly spread sporadically not found

Weegy: spread uniformly. The cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation is an emission of uniform, black body thermal energy coming from all parts of the sky.
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User: What did scientists predict the big bang should have left? radiation, hydrogen, and helium radiation, helium, and redshift redshift, hydrogen, and helium dust, gases, and particles

User: The discovery of a very early form of helium supports the big bang theory because _____. helium was one of the first elements to be formed after the big bang helium is abundant in about 75% of the universe helium was one of the last elements formed after the big bang helium was part of the "fireball" that exploded

Weegy: Helium is abundant in about 75% of the universe.
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User: The big bang produced an imprint of leftover heat called _____. hydrogen cosmic heat CMB radiation redshift

Weegy: c) CMB radiation
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User: The theory says that the big bang produced the chemical elements hydrogen and helium. What evidence supports this? You find an abundance of both hydrogen and helium in all matter. The composition of stars is mostly hydrogen. Astronomers found primordial gases with the expected ratio of helium to hydrogen. Primordial hydrogen gas was found and there is an abundance of both of these elements.

Weegy: The answer is "Astronomers found primordial gases with the expected ratio of helium to hydrogen".
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User: How was CMB radiation first discovered? Penzias and Wilson were looking for it using a radio receiver. A radio receiver accidentally picked up its energy. Scientists saw it through a high tech telescope. A mission of the COBE satellite found it.

Weegy: It was first found accidentally by Arno Penzias and Robert Woodrow Wilson as they experimented with the Holmdel Horn Antenna.
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User: Hubble's expansion law states _____. the distance of a galaxy is proportional to its recessional speed the universe is expanding galaxies and stars are making a redshift the distance of a galaxy divided by its recessional speed determines its redshift

Weegy: Hubble's expansion law states the universe is expanding galaxies and stars are making a red shift .
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