On the Cosmological Redshift

G. P. Shpenkov


September 9, 2010


The observed cosmic microwave background radiation is regarded in astrophysics as the evidence in support of the Big Bang model of the development of the Universe, i.e., as the main element of a standard cosmological model. According to the latter the Universe is continuously expanding in a near homogeneous way from a denser hotter state and achieved currently the thermalized state with the 2.728 K cosmic background radiation. However, a recent discovery of microwave background radiation of hydrogen atoms compels us to cast doubt on the standard cosmological model that is analysed in this paper.

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