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perfect cosmological principle


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An extension of the cosmological principle which proposes that the Universe is not only the same in all places and in all directions, but also at all times. The principle is the cornerstone of the steady-state theory, but is incompatible with observations that show that the Universe is evolving with time.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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