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What creates the phenomenon known as red shift? a. When light emitting bodies move closer to us c. When light is refracted by solar particles b. When light emitting bodies move away from us d. When the amplitude of a wave of light increases
When light emitting bodies move away from us, it creates the phenomenon known as red shift.
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When light emitting bodies move away from us, it creates the phenomenon known as red shift.

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