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Session 52 - Source Surveys and CMB Radiation.
Display session, Wednesday, June 10
According to the Hot Big Bang Model (HBBM), the Universe began as a hot, nearly homogeneous mixture of elementary particles. The observations of the last three decades have revealed considerable unexpected data about the structure and population of its visible part, the Metagalaxy (Met). The basic principles of the HBBM-birth of Met in the past along with its evolution are firmly established while the hypotheses regarding the instantaneous and uniform creation of matter evidently need revision. In the proposed model an inhomogeneous transition of compact space in loose 3-dimensional space (decompactification-DC) with appropriate creation of matter is a factor which determines the evolution of Met. The "elasticity" of space is a driving force of the DC. The DC starts in a single causally connected domain and develops in oscillating quasi-solitons, which are observed as quasars and active galactic nuclei (AGNs). The particle horizon coincides with the event horizon and has temperature 3 K.
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