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Light propagated distance and redshift of a distant star
Journal of Physics, Conference Series
According to the formerly reported 4-D spherical model of the universe, factors affecting the redshift are discussed. In addition to the factor from the space expansion, two other factors derived from the light speed variation are proposed: 1) Energy density factor of the wave medium, and 2) Electromagnetic interaction factor caused by interaction of light with substances in the 3-D space. Subsequently the direct correlation of the light propagated distance with the redshift is given. doi:10.1088/1742-6596/626/1/012068 fatcat:x7zmz26wrjfadl27xrhhsckuda