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Browsing by Subject "Early universe"

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  • Mandal, D. R; Banerji, S (Astronomical Soceity of India, 1996)
    We consider here the model of a spherical void in an expanding Robertson - Walker (RW) universe with flat space sections. The void is taken as a sphere of low density conducting perfect fluid (Region I) surrounded by a ...
  • Goto, T; Ojha, D (Astronomical Society of India, 2006)
    High redshift QSOs (redshift >5.7) are highly important ob jects. If such QSOs may be found, their spectra will reveal the onset of reionization of the intergalactic medium (Gunn-Peterson trough), and provide precious in ...
  • Arun, K; Gudennavar, S; Prasad, A; Sivaram, C (Springer, 2019-02)
    The standard model for the formation of structure assumes that there existed small fluctuations in the early universe that grew due to gravitational instability. The origins of these fluctuations are as yet unclear. In ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K (Springer, 2011-05)
    In this paper it is suggested that inclusion of mutual gravitational interactions among the particles in the early dense universe can lead to a ‘pre-big bang’ scenario, with particle masses greater than the Planck mass ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K; Kiren, O. V (Springer, 2018-02)
    Recent discovery of J1342+0928 using data from the WISE telescope and ground based surveys indicate presence of a supermassive black hole (SMBH) having a mass of 800 million solar mass at a redshift of about 7.6. This imply ...
  • Pravabati, C; Park, C; Yogendran, K. P; van de Weygaert, R (IOP Publishing, 2012-08-20)
    We introduce the numbers of hot and cold spots, n/subh/ and n/subc/, of excursion sets of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature anisotropy maps as statistical observables that can discriminate different ...
  • Choudhury, T. R (Astronomical Society of India, 2003)
    In recent years, unprecedented progress in observational cosmology has revealed a great deal of information about the formation and evolution of structures in the universe. This, in turn, has raised many challenging issues ...
  • Swarup, G (Astronomical Society of India, 2003)
    One of the most challenging problems in astronomy today is to search for reionization of the neutral hydrogen (HI), which is expected to occur somewhere between redshifts of about 6 to 20. The reionization is likely to ...

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