Universal Anisotropy and Inhomogeneity of Space
In 1968 Heer and Kohl  presented a paper about a “Theory for the measurement of the earth’s velocity through the 3°K cosmic radiation”. Already in 1969 Conklin  and then in 1977 Smoot, Gorenstein and Muller  reported about an experimentally observed dipol anisotropy in the cosmic microwave background radiation. This observation was readily interpreted as due to the motion of Earth relative to the radiation with a mean velocity of 390 ± 60 kms-1 . More recent measurements yielded |uEarth| = 350kms-1 towards the constellation Leo (right ascension α = 1lh.2 and declination δ = -6°.l) .
KeywordsFundamental Property Blackbody Radiation Separation Line Absolute Velocity Tangential Velocity Component
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