Cosmology in the Relativistic Theory of Gravitation with a positive cosmologic constant

V.A. Zhelnorovich1


In the framework of the Relativistic Theory of Gravitation, we consider a cosmological model which describes the known observational data, in particular, the accelerated expansion of the modern Universe. The dynamic equation contains a positive cosmological constant. The equations obtained describe an oscillating universe without singularities. Results of numerical calculations are presented.


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