Does the cosmological expansion of the Metagalaxy affect the distance of the Earth
1) to the moon;
2) to the center of the Galaxy;
3) to the galaxy M31 in the constellation Andromeda;
4) to the center of the local supercluster of galaxies?
Gravitationally bound systems (solar system, galaxy, galaxy clusters) do not participate in cosmological expansion. Therefore, in the first three cases, the cosmological expansion does not affect the distance between the Earth and the indicated objects.
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