New and old arguments to the EddingtonLemaitre model of the universe
Abstract
The interpretation of the Lymanalpha forests of quasars as suggested by Hoell and Priester (1991) supports a FriedmannLemaitre model for the universe. The components of the Hubble expansion rate are found by a linear regression of the square of the linespacing parameter as a polynomial in the redshift 1 + z with a vanishing linear term. In this essay, the model is restricted to the special EddingtonLemaitre model, which develops the deSitter expansion from the Einstein universe. The regression results under this restriction are shown and some of its consequences are discussed.
 Publication:

Astronomische Nachrichten
 Pub Date:
 May 1992
 DOI:
 10.1002/asna.2113130302
 Bibcode:
 1992AN....313..125L
 Keywords:

 Astronomical Models;
 Computational Astrophysics;
 Universe;
 Absorption Spectra;
 Lyman Alpha Radiation;
 Quasars;
 Red Shift;
 Relic Radiation;
 Astrophysics