What is the Hubble distance-velocity relationship?

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Jan 7, 2016

#V = H * r#


According to Edwin Hubble, The most distant galaxies and objects are moving away from us with speeds proportional to their distances. i.e. the greater the distance the faster the object is receding away.

V = H * r

V is the velocity

H is the Hubble constant 70 km/sec/ Megaparsec

r is the distance.