Relativity and Cosmology

   

Distance Contraction of Moving Bodies and Its Contribution to Expanding Universe

Authors: Ritesh Singh

The phenomenon of distance contraction – an extension of length contraction, is relatively underexplored in the academic literature. We show that the variability of distance contraction due to change in velocity of distant accelerating bodies can have a large contribution in their apparent velocities. We propose that this needs to be included in cosmological models. We also show that it can potentially explain some observed cosmological peculiarities.

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[v1] 2019-11-03 15:44:55

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