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New effects in cosmology: frequency and intensity stasis for radiation crossed galaxy clusters

 Zahid Zakir [1]

Abstract

     New effects of stasis of radiation due to switching out from expansion flow at crossing largest gravitationally-bound regions (GBR), such as galaxy clusters, are considered and their observational consequences for supernovae and cosmic microwave background (CMB) data are discussed. The stasis of frequency and intensity of radiation at crossing of large number of clusters appreciably decreases observing redshifts z and magnifies apparent luminosities. Only normal redshifts z’ of photons not crossed clusters are directly related with the cosmic scale factor and thus true distances exceed those which follow from z. The effects increase for distant objects because of smaller inter-cluster distances at early epochs. For the relic radiation crossed the clusters the effects lead to the stasis of its temperature and “heating” with respect to a normally expanded flow outside the cluster. As a result, instead of former paradigm about almost sterile propagation of relic radiation from the recombination epoch, there is an opposite picture. Mixing of relic radiation flows, many times isolated from the expansion flow in GBRs along path, leads to their isotropy and loss of earlier perturbations. The observing anisotropy follows from the stasis effects at crossing of multiple layers of clusters at our nearest environment. The stasis effects allow one to do more exact conclusions from data analysis and lead to revising of distances and properties of extragalactic objects.

PACS:  04.20.Cv, 98.80.-k, 98.80.Jk 95.30.Sf, 97.60.Lf, 98.35.Jk, 98.54.-h

Key words: cosmological models, redshift, extra dimension

Vol. 9, No 1, p. 5 – 17, v1,       6 May 2014

Online: TPAC: 4874-035 v1,    6 May 2014;   DOI: 10.9751/TPAC.4874-035


[1] Centre for Theoretical Physics and Astrophyics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

      zahidzakir@theor-phys.org

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