The relationship first described byE Hubble in 1925, which states that the recession velocity of a distant galaxy is directly proportional to the distance from the observer; specifically, v=H0d, where v is the recession velocity of a galaxy, d is its distance and Ho is the Hubble parameter. Also Hubble law. See panel on Cosmology.

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