We propose a third general mechanism (beyond the Doppler and Einstein effects) to account for the redshift. We model the interstellar medium by a low density Fermi gas and its interaction with light by standard QED. Applying the techniques of the stochastic limit of quantum field theory, we prove a general redshift theorem. This result fits satisfactorily both Pioneer 6 and solar limb redshift data.

Accardi, L., Laio, A., Lu, Y.g., Rizzi, G. (1995). A third hypothesis on the origin of the redshift: Application to the Pioneer 6 data. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 209(5-6), 277-284.

A third hypothesis on the origin of the redshift: Application to the Pioneer 6 data

ACCARDI, LUIGI;
1995-01-01

Abstract

We propose a third general mechanism (beyond the Doppler and Einstein effects) to account for the redshift. We model the interstellar medium by a low density Fermi gas and its interaction with light by standard QED. Applying the techniques of the stochastic limit of quantum field theory, we prove a general redshift theorem. This result fits satisfactorily both Pioneer 6 and solar limb redshift data.
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Settore MAT/06 - Probabilita' e Statistica Matematica
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LOW-DENSITY LIMIT; FREQUENCY-SHIFTS; SPECTRAL-LINES; SCATTERING; GALAXIES
Accardi, L., Laio, A., Lu, Y.g., Rizzi, G. (1995). A third hypothesis on the origin of the redshift: Application to the Pioneer 6 data. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 209(5-6), 277-284.
Accardi, L; Laio, A; Lu, Yg; Rizzi, G
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