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Inhomogeneous Structure Formation May Alleviate Need for Accelerating Universe~!2010-04-21~!2010-05-19~!2010-08-13~!
The Open Astronomy Journal
When taking the real, inhomogeneous and anisotropic matter distribution in the semi-local universe into account, there may be no need to postulate an accelerating expansion of the universe despite recent type Ia supernova data. Local curvatures must be integrated (over all space) to obtain the global curvature of the universe, which seems to be very close to zero from cosmic microwave background data. As gravitational structure formation creates bound regions of positive curvature, the regionsdoi:10.2174/1874381101003010145 fatcat:mwyyq2e5eba2vfvzcdm6awrcp4