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I just brought up distance because if the distance to objects is incorrect, then all mass and luminosity values to said objects are also incorrect by the same order of magnitude as the distance calculation is off.

And I am not sure if any of you can convince me that we can see any galaxy at a distance of 13 billion light-years with a mirror the size of Hubble. Actually I think such is impossible given what we think we know about light and the inverse square law. I also tend to agree that at around 50 light-years any sol sized sun would become invisible to Hubble. I also think that if the Milky Way is 100,000 light-years across and we are situated on one edge, there should be a distinct visible thickening towards the center and marked decrease at exact opposite latitudes, even with the naked eye. Yet one can only discern a slight thickening in one direction, inconsistent with a view towards the center of any galaxy. All galaxies display a distinct bulge at their centers.

When it comes to distance, size and luminosity, I think they are all flying by the seat of their pants and simply see what they are conditioned to see.
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