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A graph of dark energy significance on different spatial and mass scales

Context. The current cosmological paradigm sees the formation and evolution of the cosmic large-scale structure as governed by the gravitational attraction of dark matter (DM) and the repulsion of dark energy (DE). Aims. We characterize the relative importance of uniform and constant dark energy, as given by the Λ term in the standard ΛCDM cosmology, in galaxy systems of...

Using Hubble Space Telescope images to identify straight segments in galaxy nuclear spirals

A. D. Chernin 0 1 w 0 Tuorla Observatory, University of Turku , Piikkio, 21 500, Finland 1 Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow University , Moscow , 119899, Russia A B S T R A C T This Letter

Non-Friedmann cosmology for the Local Universe, significance of the universal Hubble constant, and short-distance indicators of dark energy

Based on the increasing evidence of the cosmological relevance of the local Hubble flow, we consider a simple analytical cosmological model for the Local Universe. This is a non-Friedmann model with a non-uniform static space-time. The major dynamical factor controlling the local expansion is the antigravity produced by the omnipresent and permanent dark energy of the cosmic...

Local dark matter and dark energy as estimated on a scale of ~1 Mpc in a self-consistent way

Context. Dark energy was first detected from large distances on gigaparsec scales. If it is vacuum energy (or Einstein's Λ), it should also exist in very local space. Here we discuss its measurement on megaparsec scales of the Local Group.Aims. We combine the modified Kahn-Woltjer method for the Milky Way-M 31 binary and the HST observations of the expansion flow around the Local...

Mapping the three-body system – decay time and reversibility

In this paper we carry out a quantitative analysis of the three-body systems and map them as a function of decaying time and initial configuration, look at this problem as an example of a simple deterministic system and ask to what extent the orbits are really predictable. We have investigated the behaviour of about 200 000 general Newtonian three-body systems using the simplest...

Dark energy domination in the Virgocentric flow

Context. The standard ΛCDM cosmological model implies that all celestial bodies are embedded in a perfectly uniform dark energy background, represented by Einstein's cosmological constant, and experience its repulsive antigravity action.Aims. Can dark energy have strong dynamical effects on small cosmic scales as well as globally? Continuing our efforts to clarify this question...

Dark energy domination in the Virgocentric flow

Context. The standard ΛCDM cosmological model implies that all celestial bodies are embedded in a perfectly uniform dark energy background, represented by Einstein's cosmological constant, and experience its repulsive antigravity action.Aims. Can dark energy have strong dynamical effects on small cosmic scales as well as globally? Continuing our efforts to clarify this question...

Growth rate of cosmological perturbations in standard model: Explicit analytical solution

An explicit analytical solution is reported for the growth rate of cosmological perturbations in a flat model with non-zero vacuum energy density.

Wide triplets of galaxies: collapse on spatial scales of ∼1 Mpc

We study triple systems of galaxies with mean projected harmonic separation ≃0.6 h−1 Mpc We call the systems ‘wide triplets’, in contrast to compact triplets with mean projected harmonic separation ≃0.04 h−1 Mpc, studied by Karachentsev et al. Data are taken for 108 wide triplets from a list compiled by Trofimov & Chernin; at least one-third of them are considered to be probably...