Mark Zilberman. An Adjustment of the Apparent Luminosity of Standard Candles for the 'de-boosting' Effect
Submitted on: Feb 01, 2022, 20:32:18
Natural Sciences / Astronomy / Astrophysics
Description: ‚EúDe-boosting‚EĚ is a well-known relativistic effect that alters the apparent luminosity of radiation sources with the non-zero redshift parameter z. It exists in both Special Relativity and General Relativity frameworks and is proportional to (z+1)^(-2). While the ‚Eúboosting‚EĚ (for blueshift) and ‚Eúde-boosting‚EĚ (for redshift) of light sources has been successfully accounted for and observed in research of various astronomical objects, it was ignored in the establishment of Standard candles for cosmological distances. A Standard candle adjustment appears necessary for ‚Eúde-boosting‚EĚ for high z, otherwise we would incorrectly assume that Standard candles appear dimmer, not because of ‚Eúde-boosting‚EĚ but because of the excessive distance, which would affect the entire Standard candles ladder at cosmological distances. The ‚Eúde-boosting‚EĚ correction of the apparent luminosities of SNIa places the effective rest-frame magnitudes below the curve corresponding to the cosmological model with the parameters Iõ=0 and (I©M, I©Iõ) = (2, 0) on the Hubble diagram. This way, the ‚Eúde-boosting‚EĚ correction of the apparent luminosities of SNIa may further adjust and clarify cosmological models.
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