Rotating nonstationary cosmological models and astrophysical observations

E.V. Kuvshinova, V.F. Panov, O.V. Sandakova1

Abstract

A Bianchi type II cosmological model has been built with expansion and rotation. The sources of gravity in the model are a perfect fluid, pure radiation and a scalar field, where the perfect fluid describes rotating a phantom matter. This solution can be used for modeling both the first and the second inflationary stages of the Universe evolution with rotation. We discuss the possible manifestation of cosmological rotation in astrophysical observations.

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