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Measuring the Pecular Velocity of the System Without Going Beyond It

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The proposed scheme for measuring the pecular velocity of the observer with respect to the relic radiation without leaving the observer's reference system is investigated. The stellar aberration phenomenon of the ground source using anisotropic matter is used to measure the velocity. A comparative analysis of relic radiation, stellar radiation, and ground-based sources has been carried out in order to use them for velocity measurements based on the stellar aberration of these sources. The principle of constancy of the velocity of light irrespective of the speed of the source and the observation device allows us to conclude that it is possible to use the radiation of terrestrial sources to measure the speed of the observer relative to the fossil emission, taking into account the difference of their wave fronts. The stellar aberration of the terrestrial source allows us to measure the velocity of the observer relative to the fossil radiation without leaving the observer's reference system. The use of an anisotropic medium eliminates the need to change the structure of the device in the measurement process. The expressions of the observer's velocity with respect to the relic radiation without leaving the observer's frame of reference are obtained depending on the parameters of the anisotropic medium used.

DOI 10.11648/j.optics.20221101.12
Published in Optics (Volume 12, Issue 1, December 2023)
Page(s) 1-4
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Keywords

Ground Source, Relic Radiation, Pecular Velocity, Light Aberration, Wavefront Curvature, Optical Crystal Axis, Refractive Index

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