The Galaxies Receding Speed Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation Parameters: The Milky Way is assumed as centre of the Universe The calculations allow for the margin of error in the Hubble's Constant
|Receding speed of galaxy (v) = km/s [kilometer per second]|
|Receding speed of galaxy calculation|
|v = H0 × r|
v = 2.4/73.8 ×
v = ×
|Galaxies Receding Speed Calculator Input Values|
|Distance of the remote galaxy from Milky Way (r) Mpc [megaparsec]|
|Hubble's Constant (H0) km/s·Mpc [kilometer per (second · megaparsec)]|
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