Volume 84, Number 1, October 2008
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Published online||22 September 2008|
Universal relationship between the constituent masses of regular systems and their distances from the center
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Accepted: 28 August 2008
One can describe all regular systems regardless of their size by a simple equation that relates the relative masses of their constituents with respect to the mass of the system, to their relative distances from the center with respect to a transition radius equally defined for all systems. Based on this equation one can estimate the value of the Hubble constant from the distribution of matter inside a large enough sample of atomic and/or gravitational systems.
PACS: 04.40.-b – Self-gravitating systems; continuous media and classical fields in curved spacetime / 98.80.Es – Observational cosmology (including Hubble constant, distance scale, cosmological constant, early Universe, etc.)
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