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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cosmology -- Measurement -- Congresses.,
  • Galaxies -- Measurement -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementW.C. Seitter, H.W. Duerbeck, M. Tacke (eds.).
SeriesLecture notes in physics ;, 310
ContributionsSeitter, Waltraut Carola., Duerbeck, Hilmar W., 1948-, Tacke, M., 1958-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQB980 .L37 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination335 p. :
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2043349M
ISBN 100387501355
LC Control Number88020188

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A new understanding of the distribution of galaxies and the formation and structure of the universe has evolved over the last decade. This book is devoted to . From the Nobel Prize–winning physicistOpinions on the large-scale structure of the early universe range widely from primeval chaos to a well-ordered mass distribution. P. J. E. Peebles argues that the evolution proceeded from a nearly uniform initial state to a progressively more irregular and clumpy universe. The discussion centers on the largest known structures, the clusters of . The present work explores in depth how large cosmic structures can help us unveil the nature of these components of the Universe. One the one hand, it focuses on a signature that Dark Energy imprints on the Cosmic Microwave Background through its impact on the time-evolution of gravitational potentials: the integrated Sachs-Wolfe (iSW) effect. Galaxies are so dim and distant that we cannot see their detailed properties. Instead, we can use them to learn more about the large-scale structure of the universe — in other words, the spatial distribution of galaxies on the largest scales. The distances between most galaxies are far greater than their sizes.