, 2013: Dismantling Hubble's legacy. In Origins of the Expanding Universe: 1912-1932. M.J. Way, and D. Hunter, Eds., ASP Conference Series, vol. 471. Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 97-134.
Edwin Hubble is famous for a number of discoveries that are well known to amateur and professional astronomers, students and the general public. The origins of these discoveries are examined and it is demonstrated that, in each case, a great deal of supporting evidence was already in place. In some cases the discoveries had either already been made, or competing versions were not adopted for complex scientific and sociological reasons.
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