Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR), Pulsars, Ritz effect, Comstock, Belopolsky, maser effect, Brecher, De Sitter, La Rosa, Sekerin, Fritzius and Chikin, Cepheids, Doppler effect, bursters, general theory of relativity (GR)
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Of all the objects in space, pulsars and busters seem to be the wildest and most strange. Each year brings the discovery of more and more anomalies, rejecting all models and theories of these fast, like a stellar wind, objects. And only Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR), based on the classical kinematics of light, explained the properties of these rapid-fire objects, predicting a number of them centuries ago, when pulsars were not discovered, and there were not even instruments for their study. In place of radio telescopes stretched the bare steppes of Russia, the prairies of America and the deserts of Australia, crossed by rare travelers, peasants, and shooters hungry for adventure. And where X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes fly in orbits, the cosmic desert stretched, occasionally crossed by celestial wanderers-meteorites.