The Hubble Constant:
measures distance using parallax angles.
measures the difference between absolute and apparent magnitude.
is a relationship between distance and velocity.
can only be used to measure distances of close stars.

The Hubble Constant:
measures distance using parallax angles.
measures the difference between absolute and apparent magnitude.
is a relationship between distance and velocity.
can only be used to measure distances of close stars.

The Hubble Constant : is a relationship between distance and velocity.

The Hubble Constant: measures distance using parallax angles. measures the difference between absolute and apparent magnitude. is a relationship between distance and velocity. can only be used to measure distances of close stars.

Weegy: 1. Hans Lippershey - invented the telescope 2. Galileo - discovered four of Jupiter's moons 3. Johan Galle - used math to discover Neptune 4. Nicolaus Copernicus - proposed heliocentric theory 5. Ptolemy - proposed geocentric theory 6. Robert Goddard - designed liquid propulsion systems 7. Edwin Hubble - developed the red shift method (More)

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