Antigravity in the Universe and some applications


  • Anatoliy Rykov


space vacuum, inertia, antigravity


The space vacuum is a medium, which determines gravity and antigravity in the Universe. Inertia is a property of mass, possessing gravitational electric charge, upon which the electric field acts with the force proportional to the acceleration of the charge. This main thesis gives an opportunity to estimate the antigravitational accelerations, acting to the cosmic objects. It is carried out a brief analyze of antigravity in the Solar system and in the Universe as a whole. The questions of determination of acceleration are put on when the motion has explosive character, and the real size of the black hole has the certain value of gravitational charge.

How to Cite

Rykov, A. (2002). Antigravity in the Universe and some applications. Physics of Consciousness and Life, Cosmology and Astrophysics, 2(4), 24–28. Retrieved from