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Comment: What about the Supernovas then? (Score 1) 139 139

So I'm probably totally wrong here, but since light output from supernovas in distant galaxies are used to measure the distance to these galaxies, wouldn't a discovery like this have severe implications on the topography of the universe - ie. the galaxies we know the distance to based on supernova measurements could be closer than they really are? Or? /Tage

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