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Why do astronomers believe that in the past galaxies were closer to each other?

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By observing a phenomenon known as "redshift". This is when the measured frequency of light spectra in stars decreases. See this discussion of redshift.

Redshift indicates that galaxies are moving apart from one another, so logicaly the must have been closer together in the past.

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