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Spectral Energy Density in an Axisymmetric Galaxy as Predicted by an Analytical Model for the Maxwell Field Advances in Astronomy (IF1.267), Pub Date : 2021-08-02, DOI: 10.1155/2021/5524600 Mayeul Arminjon
An analytical model for the Maxwell radiation field in an axisymmetric galaxy, proposed previously, is first checked for its predictions of the spatial variation of the spectral energy distributions (SEDs) in our Galaxy. First, the model is summarized. It is now shown how to compute the SED with this model. Then the model is adjusted by asking that the SED predicted at our local position in the Galaxy coincides with the available observations. Finally, the first predictions of the model for the spatial variation of the SED in the Galaxy are compared with those of a radiation transfer model. We find that the two predictions do not differ too much. This indicates that, in a future work, it should be possible with the present model to check if the “interaction energy” predicted by an alternative, scalar theory of gravitation, contributes to the dark matter.