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How fast is the universe expanding? Galaxies provide one answer

NGC 1453, a giant elliptical galaxy situated in the constellation Eridanus

NGC 1453, a galaxy in the constellation Eridanus, was used to calculate the universe's expansion rate. 

Credit: Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey

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