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Expanding Universe: The Big Bang theory also predicts an expanding universe, and Edwin Hubble observed in 1929 that galaxies are moving away from us, the more distant they are the faster they are receding. This is known as Hubble’s Law, and it is considered one of the strongest pieces of evidence of an expanding universe.


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