A galaxy is 10 million light years away & another galaxy is 60 million light years away.

how much dimmer is the farther galaxy than the closer galaxy?
Roxi900
Asked Oct 09, 2011
Measuring distance by the brightness of the light assumes the size and intensity of the light sources are the same. Hubble's red shift is a more accurate way to measure distance.

http://astro.wku.edu/astr106/Hubble_intro.html
Rob
Answered Oct 10, 2011
holy shit 10 million light years .

eminem could beat that
ruinedlife
Answered 5 days ago

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