CQW is an educational resource for theoretical physics and astrophysics, field theory, relativity and cosmology. we post a new question every wednesday for students to get and for teachers to stay in shape.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
welcome back to CQW in 2016 with a question about redshifting:
can you construct a cosmological model in which the redshift of distant objects stays constant? would that mean that the last-scattering surface of the CMB has a constant distance?