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1. General Term: Hubble, Edwin (1889-1953)
Hubble, Edwin (1889-1953) American Astronomer who found the first evidence of the expansion of the universe. The Hubble Space Telescope is named after him. For more on the Hubble Space Telescope, see http://www.stsci.edu . Related
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2. Science and Religion Topic: Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology
Edwin Hubble Edwin Hubble Spiral Nebula
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3. General Term: Big Bang Cosmology
first confirmed in 1929 by Edwin Hubble ’s observations of the retreating motion of galaxies. During the decade following the publication of his special theory of relativity, Einstein worked on applying it to a dynamical theory of
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4. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Beginnings of Big Bang Theory
of extragalactic objects, Edwin Hubble , went a stage further. In 1924 he announced the discovery that light from distant galaxies was systematically redder than light from nearby galaxies and that the degree of red shift was proportional to the
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5. Intro Topic: Cosmology
in the late 1920's (with Edwin Hubble ’s finding that the universe was expanding), many scientists rejected the idea because they thought it smacked of religion. If the universe had a beginning they felt, then it must have had a creator.
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