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Comment: Red Shift - was:Re:Targets (Score 1) 32

by jeffkoch (#31980238) Attached to: LOFAR Telescope Array Grabs First Pulsar Images

> pulsars, for example, are often observed around the 1-1.5 GHz range. (There's a hydrogen emission line at 1.5 GHz,...

Yes, but as you look at objects farther away, they are also moving away from us at higher speeds causing red shift in all their emissions. So the 7 meter (40MHz) signals originated at a much higher frequency.

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