Cosmological Redshift – How Old and Far Away? | Space News

This episode of Space News is an adaptation of the Stephen Smith TPOD, “Old and Far Away,” published October 27, 2016 on As Steve writes, “High redshift objects, like quasars, are often found in axial alignment with galaxies that possess substantially lower redshift. Indeed, they are sometimes connected to those lower redshift galaxies by ‘bridges’ of luminous material. If so, they must reside locally with each other at the same distance from Earth. Their redshift discrepancies must be from some other factor not related to their distances—there must be something intrinsic to their makeup that leads to the deviation.”

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