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in what specific way does light from distant stars and galaxies tell astronomers that atoms throughout the universe have the same properties as those on earth?

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    Except for doppler shifts due to relative motion of the galaxies, the spectroscopic wavelengths of atomic species seen in the spectra are the same.

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