The Extragalactic Distance Scale
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The Extragalactic Distance Scale

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The hottest debate in astronomy and cosmology today is the value of the Hubble Constant. This constant is of paramount importance since it fixes the size and age of the Universe. At a workshop at the Space Telescope Science Institute, experts from around the world presented the latest results from a plethora of techniques for determining the Hubble Constant.
Hardcover, 325 pages
Published June 28th 1997 by Cambridge University Press
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