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Large-scale Density Inhomogeneities in the Universe

Nature volume 217, pages 511516 (10 February 1968) | Download Citation

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There may be large scale density inhomogeneities (such as quasar clusters) in the universe, and their effect on the angular distribution of the cosmic black-body radiation could potentially be observable.

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  1. Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, University of Cambridge

    • M. J. REES
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