Jiggerj Posted February 5, 2012 Share Posted February 5, 2012 From: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/04/080404201105.htm "observations allow astronomers to look back in time over 10 billion years, producing images of galaxies in the Universe's infancy." Been struggling with this idea for a while now. With the help of the Hubble's deep field images, if we can see a galaxy as it was, say, five billion years ago, and since we know that galaxies aren't stationary, then is it possible that we are also seeing that same galaxy in a different location as it was seven billion years ago, and/or three billion years ago? If not, WHY not? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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