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A Briefing on the Expansion Center Universe
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Volume 1, 2014
Issue 1 (April)
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Luciano Lorenzi , Italian Astronomical Society, Firenze, Italy.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2011 - "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae" - was awarded with a motivation that conflicts with the established presence of an expansion dipole at all depths (also with many other scientific conclusions of '900), then with the cosmic deceleration represented by this dipole, now further demonstrated by the new relativistic calculation of the deceleration parameter q_0 and by the cosmic rotation evidenced through the "Magnitude anomaly" of nearby Type Ia supernovae. This briefing on the Expansion Center Universe is a summary of the results obtained through independent research, developed over 25 years (1988-2012) in the context of the observational cosmology of the twentieth century.
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