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9 thoughts on “ Lookback Time ”

  1. Mazujin says:
    Lookback Time. The night sky is like a cosmic time machine. Whenever we observe a distant planet, star or galaxy, we are seeing it as it was hours, centuries or even millennia ago. This is because light travels at a finite speed (the speed of light) and given the large distances in the Universe, we do not see objects as they are now, but as they were when the light was emitted.
  2. Kazrasida says:
    Distance and Lookback Time The expansion of the universe makes measuring the distance to distant objects complicated. Rather than using distance units, astronomers measure the redshift (z) of distant objects such as galaxies. z corresponds to the number of years the light from an object has traveled to reach us.
  3. Kigabar says:
    The lookback time t L to an object is the difference between the age t 0 of the Universe now (at observation) and the age t e of the Universe at the time the photons were emitted (according to the object). It is used to predict properties of high-redshift objects with evolutionary models, such as passive stellar evolution for galaxies.
  4. Dailar says:
    look-back time () The amount by which you look into the past when you look at a distant galaxy, a time equal to the distance to the galaxy in light-years. luminosity (L)() The total amount of energy a star radiates in 1 second. look-back time The time in the past at which the light we now receive from a distant object was emitted. [More Info: Photo Album].
  5. Dojar says:
    Lookback time also describes the distance the quasar's light travelled through an expanding universe before reaching the observer. This lookback time distance, D, determines by how much the object's light intensity falls off due to distance and due to intergalactic medium extinction. D = C x T, where C = 1, describes D in light years.
  6. Kilar says:
    How do I calculate the look-back period? Calculation of the look-back period depends on whether the employee is (1) an ongoing employee, or (2) a new variable hour employee or seasonal employee. Ongoing employees. For an ongoing employee, an employer may determine full-time status by using a look-back period of between three and 12 months.
  7. Dagor says:
    The speed of light is finite. It takes time for light to reach us. The further away an object is, the longer it takes its light to reach us. When we look at distant objects we are seeing them as they WERE when the light left. Looking at further distances is like looking back in time.
  8. Vudoll says:
    The latter is referred to as the penalty divisor. The penalty is the period of the time that you will have to wait from the time of your application before you will be considered eligible for Medicaid. Example 1: The penalty divisor in your state is $6, per month. You give away $60, during the Look Back Period.
  9. Malale says:
    Lookback works wherever your users are. Most desktop, iOS, and Android devices are supported. Gather your recordings. LiveShare sessions are automatically recorded in the cloud. No uploading, waiting, or managing files. View all features. Start talking .

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