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Super-light motion in radio sources and its implications for the distance scale problem

  • K. I. Kellermann (a1) and D. B. Shaffer (a1)

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Plusieurs radio sources comme 3C 345 et 3C 120 sont constituées de plusieurs composantes qui semblent se séparer avec une vitesse apparente de 5 ou 10 fois la vitesse de la lumière. Ce phénomène peut être interprété comme une preuve contre l’interprétation cosmologique du décalage vers le rouge. D’autres explications tirées de la physique et de la cosmologie conventionnelles sont abordées mais elles ne sont pas tout à fait satisfaisantes.

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Super-light motion in radio sources and its implications for the distance scale problem

  • K. I. Kellermann (a1) and D. B. Shaffer (a1)

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