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Relativistic Cosmology and the Pioneers Anomaly

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NASA spacecrafts has suffered from three anomalies. The Pioneers spacecrafts were decelerated, and their spin when not disturbed, was declining. On the other hand, fly-bys for gravity assists, appeared with extra speeds, relative to infinity. The Pioneers and fly-by anomalies are given now exact general relativistic full general solutions, in a rotating expanding Universe. We cite new evidence on the rotation of the Universe. Our solution seems to be the only one that solves the three anomalies.

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Berman, M. and Gomide, F. (2012) Relativistic Cosmology and the Pioneers Anomaly. Journal of Modern Physics, 3, 1178-1184. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.329152.

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