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Cosmological redshift of distant astronomical objects (E. Manousos)

High redshift galaxies (Hubble Space Telescop)

Cosmological redshift of distant astronomical objects as a result of a fundamental principle of nature. Each atom emits or absorbs photons with strictly defined wavelengths. The detection of one of these wavelengths from the line spectrum, as it is called,  is the signature of the atom which emits or absorbs the photons. The study of the line spectrum of astronomical…( gr 13 pix )

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Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR)

Planck-600x600 Three generations of satellites leaded to an ever more accurate sky map of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR), at roughly 10 year intervals. The standard cosmological model (SCM) needs the “inflation hypothesis” to justify the flatness of the universe, while the temperature difference between the two hemispheres cannot be justified…

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