- found: Work cat.: Harrison, E.R. Cosmology without general relativity, 1966: p. 2 ("Some comparisons and comments are made in the fifth section concerning Newtonian cosmology ...")
- found: Dictionary of geophysics, astrophysics, and astronomy, 2001: p. 333 ("Newtonian cosmology - a collection of models of the universe constructed by the rules of Newtonian mechanics and hydrodynamics. A Newtonian model describes the universe via the evolution of a portion of a fluid, assuming the fluid moves in a 3-dimensional Euclidean space")
- found: The Center of the Universe, astronomy information center [HTML source title for Astronomy-Info.com web site], via WWW. Oct. 3, 2003: ["astronomy glossary" at home page] ("Newtonian cosmology - A model of the universe with infinite volume, no expansion, and Euclidean geometry")
- found: A Knowledgebase for Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology [a part of the NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database web site], via WWW, Oct. 3, 2003: "glossary & lexicon" at Knowledgebase page ("Newtonian cosmology - The simplest cosmological models, including the standard Big Bang models, can be derived in the framework of Newton's classical theory of gravitation, although Birkhoff's theorem from the theory of general relativity is needed to justify the use of Newtonian theory in an infinite medium")
- notfound: Cambridge astronomy dictionary, 1996;The astronomy and astrophysics encyclopedia, 1991;Astronomy encyclopedia, 2002;Facts on file dictionary of astronomy, 1985
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- 2003-10-31: revised
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