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Evidence Of Additional Dimensions In Astrodata

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Posted by Rowanda on December 17, 2003 14:44:28 UTC

Review of Spectroscopic Determination of Extra Spatial Dimensions in the Early Universe
Authors: Douglas J. Buettner, P.D. Morley, Ivan Schmidt (Santa Maria U., Valparaiso)
Comments: 15 pages. To appear in the book "Recent Research Developments in Astonomy and Astrophysics" (Research Signpost, India)
Atomic and molecular transitions for high Z objects in the early universe give bounds to the possible existence of extra spatial dimensions $D = 3+\epsilon$. We review the theory and present observational data, based on Lyman and Balmer hydrogen transitions of distant quasars and CO rotational transitions of far away giant molecular clouds.
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