Relativity and Cosmology


The Empirical Luminosity Distance Velocity Relation and Galaxy Distance Formula

Authors: Garen Karapetian

This article reports a relation between Heliocentric velocities of galaxies vʘ and Luminosity distances dL: dL≈vʘ/H0+dL*vʘ/c. Data of 3655 Ia type Supernovas from Open Supernova Catalog ( with Heliocentric velocities v☉ between 240 and 142100 km/sec was utilized and shows accuracy about 3%. The relation utilized for developing the distance calculation formula: dV=vʘ/(H0*(1-vʘ/c)).

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[v1] 2017-11-25 23:14:27

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