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If I understand the Cosmological Principle correctly the age and rate of expansion of the universe must be the same from all frames of reference, yet is this consistent with relativity that states that the motion of the observer affects observations. Would it not be possible to for an observer in another frame to see an entirely different Hubble constant and therefore even the age of the universe would appear different?

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