• Genady P. CherepanovEmail author


Cosmology is the philosophy and astronomy of the universe. In this chapter, cosmology is built on the invariant integral describing the law of energy conservation for the masses which are capable of experiencing not only Newtonian attraction, but also repulsion which appeared to be proportional to the distance between two masses. The present approach denies the general relativity. The evolution equation of the universe was solved using the data collected by WMAP and Planck missions. The solution provided the asymptotic description of the Big Bang, the history of the early decelerating universe, the expansion at a constant rate in the middle age, and the current stage of the accelerated expansion. The calculated age of the universe appeared to be close to that determined by the FLRW and ΛCDM models based on the general relativity. The critical masses of neutron stars and Black Holes, orbital velocities of stars in galaxies, and other important values of the universe were calculated; the results are very close to that observed by astrophysicists. The new model of the revolving universe provided a simple explanation of the Dark Energy, the most mystic concept of the former cosmology. The cosmological constant is defined in terms of the angular velocity of the universe which is shown to be a rotating, expanding, prolate spheroid of constant eccentricity. This chapter is for everybody because everybody has some interest in cosmology and metaphysics of nature.


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