Does inflation solve the horizon problem?

Padmanabhan, T. ; Seshadri, T. R. (1988) Does inflation solve the horizon problem? Classical and Quantum Gravity, 5 (1). pp. 221-224. ISSN 0264-9381

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The authors stress the distinction between 'observed region of the Universe' and 'observable region of the Universe'. They show that (i) the observable region of the Universe could not have evolved out of a causally connected domain in the past, even in inflationary models, and (ii) the homogeneity of CMBR is due to the fact that the Universe is still young.

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