Relativity and Cosmology

   

Motions of Observable Structures Ruled by Hierarchical Two-Body Gravitation in the Universe

Authors: Yongfeng Yang

In the past, various scenarios have been presented to account for the formation of the solar system and our galaxy, but ever-increasing observations prove these conceptions to be incomplete. Here we propose, all objects in the universe are organized in an orderly series of hierarchical two-body systems with gravitation. Within these systems, the two components of each two-body system are orbiting around the barycenter of this system, and at the same time each two-body system is orbiting around the barycenter of a superior two-body system. Based on this hierarchical two-body association, an approximate uniform velocity feature for all stars in a galaxy, and galaxies in a cluster, is determined. Under the effect of gravitation, a successive hierarchical orbital shrinkage results in high redshifts of distant galaxies and planar (disc) rotational profile of large-scale structures like the solar system and galaxy.

Comments: 11 pages, 7 figures and 2 tables. Cites as: Yang, Y. Y., Proceeding of the 18th annual conference of the NPA, College Park, Maryland University, USA, Vol.8: 712-721 (2011).

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[v2] 23 Nov 2010
[v3] 26 Nov 2010
[v4] 1 Jan 2011
[v5] 10 Mar 2011
[v6] 18 Jul 2011
[v7] 21 Jul 2011
[v8] 23 Aug 2011

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