Periodicity in Extragalactic Redshifts
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|Title||Periodicity in Extragalactic Redshifts|
|Author(s)||William M Napier|
|Keywords||periodicity, extragalactic redshifts, global galactic, global galactocentric|
Claims that the redshifts of galaxies are quantizied at intervals of 24, 36 or 72 kms-1 are being subjected to rigorous statistical scrutiny using new, accurate redshift data. The results of this enquiry to date are reviewed. The presence of a global galactocentric periodicty 37.50.2 kms-1 is confirmed at a high confidence level. A strong redshift periodicity of 71.71.3 kms-1 also exists amongst the galaxies of the outer regions of the Virgo cluster.