Astrophysics and Space Science

, Volume 330, Issue 2, pp 373–398 | Cite as

The model of a flat (Euclidean) expansive homogeneous and isotropic relativistic universe in the light of the general relativity, quantum mechanics, and observations

  • Vladimír Skalský
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Original Article


Assuming that the relativistic universe is homogeneous and isotropic, we can unambiguously determine its model and physical properties, which correspond with the Einstein general theory of relativity (and with its two special partial solutions: Einstein special theory of relativity and Newton gravitation theory), quantum mechanics, and observations, too.


General relativity and gravitation Special relativity Quantum mechanics Cosmology Observational cosmology Theoretical cosmology Mathematical and relativistic aspects of cosmology 


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  1. 1.Slovak University of TechnologyBratislavaSlovakia

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