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Title: Anomalous redshifts of quasi-stellar objects
Authors: Narlikar, J. V
Das, P. K
Keywords: Cosmology;Gravitation Theory;Quasars;Red Shift;Astrophysics;Equations of Motion;Galactic Nuclei
Issue Date: Sep-1980
Publisher: American Astronomical Society
Citation: The Astrophysical Journal, Part 1, Vol. 240, pp. 401 - 414
Abstract: This paper is based on the assumption that the observational evidence to date does point to the possibility that high-redshift quasars are physically associated with low-redshift galaxies. It is first argued that the excess (or anomalous) redshifts of the quasars in such associations are unlikely to be either of Doppler or of gravitational origin. A new source for this excess redshift was suggested by Narlikar on the basis of the Hoyle-Narlikar theory of gravitation which is based on Mach's principle. This idea is applied to the hypothesis that quasars may have been ejected from galactic nuclei. The dynamics of such an ejection and its observable consequences are discussed. In particular, it is shown that quasar alignments and redshift bunching which have been observed recently can be understood within the framework of this theory. Further tests of this hypothesis are discussed.
Description: Open Access
ISSN: 0004-637X
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