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Foundation of relativistic astrophysics: Curvature of Riemannian Space versus Relativistic Quantum Field in Minkowski Space

  title={Foundation of relativistic astrophysics: Curvature of Riemannian Space versus Relativistic Quantum Field in Minkowski Space},
  author={Yurij V. Baryshev},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
The common basis for many high energy astrophysical phenomena is the theory of gravitation, for which in modern theoretical physics there are two main directions: Einstein's geometrical and Feynman's nonmetric field approaches for description of gravitational interaction. Though classical relativistic effects have the same values in both approaches, there are dramatically different effects predicted by GRT and FGT for relativistic astrophysics. Crucial observational tests which allow to test… Expand

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