Category: Erupting Universe
The origin of galaxies and why are they spinning?
Erupting Universe 3.4. Another model of space-time
Modern physics (including general relativity) takes the speed of light and Planck’s constant as permanent and eternal constants. But we offered another approach, when these values depend on the gravitational […]
Erupting Universe 3.3. What is primary: space or matter?
Newtonian mechanics gives us a picture of infinite space where material bodies can travel. If, for example, all material bodies would be removed, nothing would happen to this Newtonian space. […]
Erupting Universe 3.2. How can we measure the rate of atomic clock?
When I got this result that the rate of atomic clock (frequency of emission standard) will increase near a big mass, my first thought was about a possible error in […]
Erupting Universe. Chapter 3. Gravitation and Atom
3.1. General relativity theory and atomic clock Nowadays the general theory of relativity is chosen as a basis for elaborating of different cosmology models. Instead of treating the general relativity […]
Erupting Universe 2.4. History of developing the generally accepted concept of cosmogony
Let us go back in time and remember evolution of judgments on origin of world. After Newton’s theory found excellent confirmation in applications to motion of bodies in the solar […]
Erupting Universe 2.3. Burokan Astrophysical Observatory
Alternative scenario of galaxy origin.
Erupting Universe 2.2.Theory of hot Universe
Generally accepted scenario of galaxy origin.
Erupting Universe. Chapter 2. Modern cosmology
2.1. Expanding Universe
Erupting Universe 1.7. Galaxies
Stars and star clusters are distributed non-uniformly in space: they are grouped into giant stellar structures known as galaxies. Already in the middle of eighteen century a German philosopher Immanuel […]
Erupting Universe 1.6. Star Clusters: globular and irregular
Most of stars in our Galaxy are organized into stellar clusters – gravitationally entangled groups of stars. Every such a cluster moves inside the Galaxy as a united whole. The […]