So far, we have considered a standard cosmological model, and have shown how the data can be accommodated within it. In this chapter we want to ask to what extent the data actually determine the features of our universe [Kristian and Sachs 1966; G. Ellis 1980, 1984; Ellis et al. 1985]. As before, we take GR as the correct theory of gravitation.
Very Long Baseline Interferometry Proper Motion Object Plane Null Geodesic Distortion Effect
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