• anonymous
Heat left over from the Big Bang, also known as cosmic microwave background radiation, offers scientists a view into the past because? -as heat travels great distances, we are really seeing into the past. -as heat travels great distances, we are really seeing into the past. -remnant heat can be measured and causes the temperature of the stars in a certain galaxy. -temperature is related to the gas that was present in the early universe I think its (A)
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  • Carniel
I think your correct. Im not sure, but doesn't that have something to do with some red shift thing?
  • anonymous
i dont think red sift but iam put A

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