Asked in Galaxies
How are the galaxies in universe moving compared to each other?
The general tendency is that galaxies move away from one another. In other words, the Universe is expanding. ...
Asked in Milky Way Galaxy
Are all galaxies moving away from ours because your galaxy is at the center of the universe?
Other galaxies are moving away because the universe is expanding, but we are not at the centre of the universe. ...
Asked in Galaxies
Is the center of the universe more crowded with galaxies than any other place in the universe?
No.It is just a myth. There has been a story about that, but it is not true. There are galaxies all around the universe. The center of the universe is just the same. ...
Asked in Inventions
Why is Edwin hubble famous?
Edwin Hubble proved that there are other galaxies spread throughout the universe, and that these galaxies move away from each other as the universe expands. He further found that the galaxies in the outermost areas of the universe move faster that those nearer the middle, a feature in his Hubble's Law. ...
Are the different galaxies in the universe moving and if so which direction?
Yes, the galaxies are moving. The universe is expanding, and galaxies are moving away from each other. That doesn't mean that every single galaxy is moving away from every other galaxy, because some galaxies are gravitationally connected to some other galaxies; for example, the Magellanic Clouds are two galaxies which are in orbit around our own galaxy, the Milky Way. But clusters of galaxies are all moving away from each other. The universe expands in every direction, but we could also say...
Asked in Astronomy, Milky Way Galaxy
Are there any other galaxies in the universe shaped like the Milky Way galaxy?
Yes; many of the galaxies in the universe are shaped like the Milky Way galaxy, but many are not. ...
Asked in Space Travel and Exploration, Galaxies
Who showed that other galaxies exsisted and obsereved that the universe is expanding?
Edwin Hubble was responsible for the concept of the universe expanding.