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Edwin Hubble was the first to suggest that the universe is expanding. We can verify his theory by observing the supernovaaccelerationredshiftblueshift of distant stars and galaxies
Edwin Hubble was the first to suggest that the universe is expanding. We can verify his theory by observing the supernova of distant stars and galaxies.
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Edwin Hubble was the first to suggest that the universe is expanding. We can verify his theory by observing the supernova of distant stars and galaxies.
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The big bang, nebular, condensation, steady state theory suggests that the Sun, planets, and other celestial bodies of the solar system came from a cloud of dust and gas.
Weegy: Cloud of Dust Theory User: According to the nebular theory, the planets formed from a process called ? After our protosun formed, remaining dust and gas from the nebula collided, combined, and gravitated together to form the planets. Weegy: According to the nebular theory, the planets formed from a process called condensation . After our protosun formed, remaining dust and gas from the nebula collided, combined, and gravitated together to form the planets. User: The ? suggests that the Sun, planets, and other celestial bodies of the solar system came from a cloud of dust and gas. Weegy: Cloud of Dust Theory User: A box of books has ? inertia than a box of cotton balls. Weegy: What is your question? please clarify. User: A box of books has less equal or more inertia than a box of cotton balls. (More)
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The Nebular Theory suggests that the Sun, planets, and other celestial bodies of the solar system came from a cloud of dust and gas.

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According to the nebular theory, the planets formed from a process called accretion. After our protosun formed, remaining dust and gas from the nebula collided, combined, and gravitated together to form the planets.

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A box of books has more inertia than a box of cotton balls.
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