## Figures index

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#### A Modified Model of the Universe Shows How Acceleration Changes Galaxy Dynamics

*International Journal of Physics*.

**2018**, 6(2), 38-46 doi:10.12691/ijp-6-2-3

**Figure 1.**The scale factor as a function of time obtained as a semi-analytical solution to the modified Friedmann equation. The math requires the numerical values of the Dawson integral

**Figure 2.**Universe size development after the initial event. N_{e+e-}is the number of positron-electron fluctuations needed for the specific state

**Figure 3.**The frontier of the expanding universe and the geometry for the determination of the proper distance

**Figure 4.**The light cone diagram showing the cosmic age as a function of the proper distance. The “Planck” case is based on Ref. [29]

**Figure 5.**

**Figure 6.**An observer in system O is measuring the dynamics of a body at P in the coordinate system of A

**Figure 7.**The relation between observed/true accelerations and the Newtonian acceleration. The full lines represent the present theory, CBU, dashed curves indicate (i) the observed statistical result of McGaugh et al., [5,6], and (ii) an acceleration reconstruction of the Eadie et al., [7], dark matter halo. The dotted curve is a calculated version of the MOND acceleration

**Figure 8.**The principle geometric model of the Milky Way

**Figure 9a.**The rotational velocity distribution of the Milky Way. M.J. Raid et al. [34]

**Figure 9b.**

**Figure 10.**Mass profile of the Milky Way. The full line is a reconstruction of the mass of ordinary and virtual dark matter based on the model in Figure 8. The dashed line is from Figure 4 in Ref. [7] and is based on a hierarchical method and 143 Globular Clusters