In the subsequent section, we also discuss plausible extension of this proposed unified statistics to include anisotropic effect, which may be observed in the context of Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
. In particular we consider possibility to introduce quaternionic momentum.
The 1964 discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation
by Arno A.
Otherwise they would have lost their energy by interacting with photons of the cosmic microwave background radiation
. Somewhere, extremely powerful particle accelerators must be hiding in the relatively local universe.
Burbidge and his colleagues assert that their theory, known as quasi-steady state cosmology (QSSC), recently predicts the temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation
, a feat that the Big Bang model can't as yet accomplish.
Theory states that these particles cannot travel for billions of years and still pack such punch; collisions with photons of the cosmic microwave background radiation
will slow them down.
The two teams presented their data in Italy at the International Conference on the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
in Capri and the Gran Sasso Conference on Underground Particle Physics.
The fact that the universe contains about 100 percent of the critical density was dramatically proved in May by two studies of the cosmic microwave background radiation
(July issue, page 24).
A string should make a difference in our perception of the temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation
on opposite sides of it.
Not only does Rees review the astrophysics of neutron stars, black holes, cosmological dark matter, the cosmic microwave background radiation
, and cosmic strings (all subjects to which he has made significant research contributions); he also highlights the origin of the chemical elements, the nature of hypothetical wormholes, and the recent discoveries of planets around Sun-like stars.
When the Local Group's motion is measured against the cosmic microwave background radiation
left over from the Big Bang - presumably the absolute standard of rest for the universe as a whole - we are going about 620 km per second in a direction nearly at right angles to the Lauer and Postman result.