


Observers live "at rest" in spiral galaxy number 5 at the "bottom" of the 2Duniverse, but actual universe has no edge or center. Data below result from measuring the last two frames (4 frames total) of the expanding universe after loading them into a Mathematica notebook (or into a copy of the notebook below). Begin the Mathematica analysis by clicking on frame 3 to select it. Hold down the Command (Mac) or Alt (PC) key to show the coordinates of a galaxy, then click on the mouse to record a coordinate pair. In this manner select coordinates for a number of galaxies before entering the copy command. Paste all of the coordinates in a new cell. In the same manner, record coordinates for the same galaxies in the same order for frame 4. 

Galaxy velocities are given by p2p1 divided by 1 unit of time. Distances to the galaxies are given by dis, as measured from galaxy 5 in the 4th frame.
Make ordered pairs from the distances and velocity magnitudes.


South Carolina State University, 01/24/2015 