On Boundaries of Cosmos

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Abstract

This paper establishes asymptotic time dependences of characteristic sizes of astrophysical and cosmological objects. These dependences are obtained on the basis of uncertainty principle applied in cosmic scales in approximation of spherical symmetry in Euclidean geometry. The proposed analytical approach makes it possible to determine spatial boundaries of the uniformity of matter distribution in the Universe, and a size of cosmic sphere which contains numerous groups of interacting universes.

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Lin, E. (2015) On Boundaries of Cosmos. World Journal of Mechanics, 5, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2015.51001.

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