Evidence for a Non‐Expanding Universe: Surface Brightness Data From HUDF

@article{Lerner2006EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for a Non‐Expanding Universe: Surface Brightness Data From HUDF},
  author={Eric J. Lerner},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={822},
  pages={60-74}
}
  • E. Lerner
  • Published 20 September 2005
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Astrophysics
Surface brightness data can distinguish between a Friedman‐Robertson‐Walker expanding universe and a non‐expanding universe. For surface brightness measured in AB magnitudes per angular area, all FRW models, regardless of cosmological parameters, predict that surface brightness declines with redshift as (z+1)−3, while any non‐expanding model predicts that surface brightness is constant with distance and thus with z. High‐z UV surface brightness data for galaxies from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field… 

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