Relativity and Cosmology


New Approach to the Theoretical Value of the Wavelength of the CMB Photons

Authors: S.M.Hosseini, M.I.Kendrick

Abstract In this new approach the total number of the photons from the Big-Bang [1] and the volume of the entire Universe at the present epoch [2], have produced the energy density of the CMB photons. This energy density shows that the photons of the CMB have a wavelength of: . Approximate frequency of 30 GHz with a temperature of: .This new approach indicates that the CMB photons are the force behind the expansion of the Universe [3] or the Dark energy. The peak at 0.2 cm, 160 mega Hertz with a temperature of 2.7 K could either be due to all the galaxies in the Universe giving a peak intensity in the microwave at 2.7 K or according to: P.J.E. PEEBLES Principles of physical cosmology (pages144 and145). “The CBR energy density can be compared to that of other local fields. The luminosity of the Milky Way is so at our position near the outskirts, at distance from the centre, the energy density is . This defines an effective temperature for the starlight; the result is . The interstellar magnetic field is . If we again define effective temperature by the energy density, , we get .”.

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