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A Simple Note on the Pair Quasar-Galaxy NGC 7319

Authors: José Francisco García Juliá

A few years ago was discovered [1] a pair quasar-galaxy NGC 7319 with different redshifts, this fact, which is contrary to the law of Hubble and therefore to the Bing Bang model, could be explained by the gravitational redshift.

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[v1] 31 Oct 2008

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