There haven't been shown to be ANY "anomalies" that are far outside the correlation, with any certainty, or even strong likelyhood. There certainly are some variation in recession velocity within clusters, for example the mild blue-shift of M31, but these are within the range of the velocities in the bound systems that make up the clusters [plus dark matter].
Originally posted by iantresman
@Jan 9 2005, 08:54 PM
In other words, there could be both a correlection for 99% of measurements and a small set of "anomalies" which may not correlate, and consequently don't nulify the original correlation.
Another type of "anomaly" is that we have observed a serious gravitational red-shift from the positron annihilation gamma-rays at the surface of a neutron star. taking the energy down from 511KeV to about 400KeV.
There is also a bias in the distance-redshift correlation associated with "The Great Attractor", and another one associated with the Sun's velocity around the Milky Way, and the Milky Way's movement within the local cluster.
Aside from these things, there are no anomalies.
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