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Jan10-06, 04:17 PM
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if the universe is expanding and the relative speed from us is [tex]v=HR[\tex] where H is hubbell const (around 70 parsec/sec if i recall correctly)

apart from the fact that light takes time to reach us from distant planets, the stars that are far from us are seem to be slower because of their relative speed, and the ones at the edge (v approaches c) are almost frozen in time as far as were concerned...