Cosmic Matter and the Nonexpanding Universe

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Scientific Paper
Title Cosmic Matter and the Nonexpanding Universe
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Author(s) Grote Reber, Paul Marmet
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Published 1989
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Volume 17
Number 2
No. of pages 10

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Updated paper from: IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vol. 17, No: 2 April 1989. An increasingly large number of observations consistently reveal the existence of a much larger amount of intergalactic matter than presently accepted. Radio signals coming from directions between galaxies is discussed. An average density of matter in space of about 0.01 atom/cm3 is derived. It is known that the density of matter is compatible with many reliable observations. These results lead to a nonexpanding cosmological universe.