redshifted


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redshifted

(ˈrɛdˌʃɪftɪd)
adj
(of an astronomical object) having the lines of its spectrum shifted towards the red
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If quasars were moving close to the speed of light, associated relativistic effects would make blueshifted quasars easier to detect than redshifted quasars, but none have ever been found.
Conversely, if the particles become lighter, the frequencies get redshifted.
In the FLRW universe due to the time dependent scalar factor, light gets redshifted.
A galaxy's light is redshifted, or stretched to longer wavelengths, by the expansion of the universe.
Hu's team relied on a filter through which only the redshifted Lyman-alpha wavelength passes (SN: 5/2/98, p.
Atoms made of young, low mass particles would give off radiation that would be redshifted compared to the atoms of the same elements on Earth.
Blue stellar objects, such as quasars, are intensely radiating bodies, even if they are redshifted.
Cosmic expansion shifts distant galaxies' light to longer wavelengths, and highly redshifted galaxies are visible only at infrared wavelengths.
However, we know dozens of much more redshifted galaxies and quasars.
We know that quasar spectra are drastically redshifted during their multibillion-year journey to Earth.
I know the apparent color of a star is how we tell its temperature, but how is the color affected if its light is redshifted or blueshifted by the star's motion?
When we refer to the Universe we are referring to all space including what lies beyond our Hubble sphere, which we cannot view because light is infinitely redshifted at the boundary of our sphere due to the steep decay of the gravitational and EM forces at a distance [R.