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According to the ______ law, a galaxy two times as far away from earth as a second galaxy will be moving away approximately twice as fast? A. Sagan. B. Hubble. C. Dark Matter. D. Cosmological.
According to the B. Hubble law, a galaxy two times as far away from Earth as a second galaxy will be moving away approximately twice as fast.
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