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    Edwin Powell Hubble was born on November 20th, 1889 in Marshfield, Missouri. He was the third child of seven kids. His dad was John P. Hubble, and his mom was Virginia Lee James Hubble. Edwin lived in Missouri until his grade school years, when his dad moved to Chicago in 1898 for his real estate business. Hubble went to Wheaton High School in Chicago, where he excelled as a student and an athlete. Hubble graduated in the class of 1906 when he was just 16 years old, two years younger than most people who graduate high school. That earned him an academic scholarship at the University of Chicago. He earned a scholarship in physics in his junior year, and when he was a senior, he was working as a lab assistant to physicist Robert A. Millikan. Hubble graduated with the class of 1910 with a bachelor’s degree in both…

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    Edwin Hubble was an Astronomer and scientist who changed our entire cosmology and revolutionized the field of astrophysics. Hubble’s research helped to prove the universe is expanding and he also created a classification system for galaxies we now call the Hubble sequence. He has been called one of the most influential astronomers since the times of Galileo, Kepler and Newton.On November 20th, 1889 in Marshfield, Missouri, Edwin Hubble was born to parents John Powell Hubble, an insurance…

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    stood out to me was Edwin Hubble. It is because of Edwin, we now have a better understanding on the distance in the universe and that it’s expanding. His research was very remarkable that he had a telescope with his name. Since Edwin established the scale of the universe and laid the observational basis, he helped us understand what are galaxies like in the universe. To start off, Edwin noticed a Cepheid variable in the Andromeda Nebula which is known to astronomers as M31. For Edwin to obtain…

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    Astronomer Edwin Hubble

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    HUBBLE REASEARCH Astronomer Edwin Hubble reversed the field of astrophysics his research helped prove the universe is expanding, and he created a classification system for galaxies that had been used for several decades.Mr. Hubble displayed a classification system that had been used for years. Edwin Hubble was born November 20th, 1889 in Missouri. He died on September 28th, 1953. He played a crucial role in establishing the field of extragalactic. He is known today as being one of the greatest…

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    compelling solution to the equations of General Relativity for the case of an expanding universe” (Soter & deGrasse Tyson 2000). 3. “[…] he served as an artillery officer [in World War I] and witnessed the first poison gas attack in history” (Soter & deGrasse Tyson 2000). 4. Soter and deGrasse Tyson failed to discuss that Hubble, quite often, mistakenly receives credit as “the Father of the Big Bang theory” (Wikipedia 2014). 5. Soter and deGrasse Tyson fail to provide sufficient personal…

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    Edwin Hubble was an famous American astronomer who contributed many discoveries and new ideas to the field of extragalactic astronomy during his lifetime. He is regarded as one of the most valuable astronomers from the 20th century. Edwin Powell Hubble was born to Virginia Lee Hubble and John Powell Hubble in Marshfield, Missouri on 20 November 1889. In 1900, his family moved to Wheaton, Illinois. As a child, Hubble was gifted both intellectually and athletically, excelling in baseball,…

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    respect or regard for someone or something. Edwin Hubble isn't what I would call honorable, but he was one of the best astronomists mankind has ever had. Edwin Edwin was born in Missouri in 1889, the son of an insurance agent, and moved to Chicago almost nine years later. He was a very popular student in his school, he was ever smart student and in many sports including basketball, baseball, and track. Because of this, when he graduated from high school his principal looked him in the eyes and…

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    In 1929, Edwin Hubble published his report and state that the red shift in light coming from distant galaxies, is proportional to their distance which is effectively supporting Lemaitre hypothesis of an expanding universe.  Sharing finding stages In 1927, Lemaitre wrote a report which called A homogenous universe of constant mass and growing radius accounting for the radial velocity of extragalactic nebulae. This report was puplished in the little known journal Annales de la Societe…

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    The question ‘’ how can we see black holes if the suck in light?’’ has been asked by a lot of people for many years, this question can be answered with a very simple answer, we use specialist equipment to detect the effects of a black hole these range from swirling gas called ‘matter swirling’ to hole star being rotated around a fixed point of gravity also known as black hole. This movement generated heat which intern emits EM waves which re detected by special instruments called ‘’black hole…

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    Edwin Hutchins, a cognitive psychologist and former professor at at the University of California at San Diego, is one of the key developers of distributed cognition (Bell & Winn, 2000). Distributed cognition allows the student to have more control. Simply put, distributed cognition, or Dcog, is student centered and contends that learning is achieved in environments where learners take part in a methodically intended learning environment that encourages interaction with its participants (Bell &…

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