**Cosmological constant** — Physical cosmology Universe · Big Bang … Wikipedia

**cosmological constant** — kosminė konstanta statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. cosmic constant; cosmical constant; cosmological constant vok. kosmische Konstante, f; kosmologische Konstante, f rus. космическая постоянная, f; космологическая постоянная, f pranc.… … Fizikos terminų žodynas

**cosmological constant** — noun an arbitrary constant in the equations of general relativity theory • Hypernyms: ↑constant … Useful english dictionary

**cosmological constant** — noun Date: 1928 a constant term used in the relativistic equations for gravity to represent a repulsive force which may account in part for the rate of expansion of the universe … New Collegiate Dictionary

**cosmological constant** — noun A term added by to his equations of general relativity in order to account for a supposed static universe … Wiktionary

**Constant (disambiguation)** — A constant is something that does not change, over time or otherwise: a fixed value. In most fields of discourse the term is an antonym of variable , but in mathematical parlance a mathematical variable may sometimes also be called a constant.… … Wikipedia

**constant** — constantly, adv. /kon steuhnt/, adj. 1. not changing or varying; uniform; regular; invariable: All conditions during the three experiments were constant. 2. continuing without pause or letup; unceasing: constant noise. 3. regularly recurrent;… … Universalium

**Constant** — /kawonn stahonn /, n. 1. Paul Henri Benjamin Balluat /pawl ahonn rddee baonn zhann maonn bann lwann /. See Estournelles de Constant, Paul. 2. Jean Joseph Benjamin /zhahonn zhaw zef baonn zhann maonn /, 1845 1902, French painter. * * * (as used in … Universalium

**cosmological term** — noun The cosmological constant … Wiktionary

**Cosmological principle** — See also: Friedmann Lemaître Robertson Walker metric and Large scale structure of the cosmos Physical cosmology … Wikipedia