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Accelerating Universe: Theory versus Experiment

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Accelerating Universe: Theory versus Experiment
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 43

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We present gravitation as a theory in which the coordinates are distances and velocities between galaxies. We show that there are three possibilities for the Universe to expand: decelerating, constant and accelerating, and it is shown that the Universe is now in the latter phase.

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