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Redshift Anomaly on the Solar Disk as Multiple Interactions between Photons and Electrons

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Abstract: This paper analyses the center-to-limb problem of the Sun encountered in the solar lines by using for the first time the New Tired Light theory based on photons of light losing energy due to interaction with electrons. For this scope, a detailed geometrical orbital model on the scale was created in order to trace back all physical characteristics of the Earth orbiting the Sun for three days in the year 1946, when the redshift measurements were taken. This paper suggests that, since the space between the Sun and the Earth consists of a high exponential distribution of electrons, it works out as a medium for the photons of light. Indeed, in the line of sight of a terrestrial observer, the distance between the Sun and the Earth is greater at the limb than in the center, valid for each orbital position. Accordingly, the interactions between photons and electrons cause a slight difference in redshift along the entire solar disk, matching the observational data. An important factor is the definition of objective criteria for the radial velocity component of the solar granules, whose variable values refer, in turn, to existing observational data, crucial for the success of the study. The redshift anomaly on the solar disk has been repeatedly detected in many scientific researches but only a few attempts so far, mostly based on parametrized models, have been done to give a reliable explanation to the measurements.

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