Fall 2021 Meeting of the Eastern Great Lakes Section

Speed Faster than Light by Means of the Hubble Telescope’s Data and the Hubble’s Law

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Fall 2021 Meeting of the Eastern Great Lakes Section
Each planet, each star and each galaxy as well as the whole Universe have a precise age and that it is necessary to attribute a beginning to it, like the Earth whose life span is 4 billion years. It is necessary to take into account the beginning of life, about 2.4 billion years ago, and the fact that before, it was only a dull sphere composed of primary materials.14 billion years have passed since the beginning of the Universe or the beginning of the Big Bang, a proven value which is very close to the real value. We consider that the lifetime of the Universe is 14 billion years, and this is the time that has elapsed from the beginning of the Big Bang to the present moment. Recently a galaxy was identified by a team that studying data from the Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer Space Telescope that named GN-z11 which has 32 billion light-years of distance. In this paper, we are going to use this data and the Hubble’s law to proof the Existence of Speed Faster than Light in the universe.
Faster than Light