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Galaxy A is twice as far away as Galaxy B (both are very distant) and they happen to appear beside each other in the sky. What would observers in Galaxy A see?



Galaxy B and the Milky Way Galaxy would appear on opposite sides of the sky.



Galaxy B would have a greater redshift than the Milky Way Galaxy.



The Milky Way Galaxy would appear to be receding at twice the rate as Galaxy B.



The Milky Way Galaxy and Galaxy B would be approaching Galaxy A.

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