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What is the Hubble law?

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The Hubble constant is called H in the literature, which at least makes sense and avoids a Greek letter as is seen so abundantly in many other places!

It is important as it is used to estimate both size and age of the universe - indicating as it does the rate at which our universe is expanding.

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