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Measuring problem of statistical identification for cosmological distances scale

S.F. Levin
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On observable red shift and star sizes of 67 galaxies, 172 radio galaxies and 201 quasars on the basis of nonlinear interpolation model with rupture of 2nd sort and Arp-Trjumpler amendment for own red shift the cosmological distances scale is constructed. The scale is continuous to distance of 13,5 billion light years and corresponds to the corrected data in range from 7,5•10-4 to 9,24 billion light years at deviations in limits ±7,0•10-14 on cosmological component of red shift. In scale limits the cosmological component of red shift for all considered objects is isotropic.
Keywords: red shift, cosmological interpolation model, Arp-Trumpler amendment, isotropy