I know there are a lot of these questions, but please bear with me, I couldn't really find these precise scenarios elsewhere. First of all, am I correct in saying that if we took a distant galaxy that was highly redshifted, and had it emitting light pulses to us once every second from its frame, then the rate of the light pulses received from our frame would depend on its degree of redshift? Now if you took that galaxy. After one second its distance from us would be slightly greater, yes? So according to Hubble's law it should have a slightly greater redshift. So we can assume its velocity away from us is getting greater over time. Doesn't this imply the accelerating expansion of the universe by Hubble's constant? I don't see what I am missing. Thanks.