|Jan11-08, 09:59 AM||#1|
I was wondering about a possible concrete example of a redshift. I know it deals with objects moving away.
If I had a 532nm green laser, let's say bright enough to see the dot clearly (5mW or so).
If that green then incurred a redshift of 1, would the green appear a different color?
Can our eyes perceive certain values of redshift or blueshift?
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