January 10, 2015
The physical nature of the light and the laws of its propagation in space is very well studied in terrestrial conditions. But has been poorly understood that is happens with a quantum of the light during its long movement, is measured in billions of the light years distant from the star to the observer on Earth. In this article is assumes that the space between a baryon bodies of the universe is filled with dark matter. Dark matter is in a gaseous state. It is invisible, just as a people do not see the surrounding air. It is not has the smell and the taste. The research based on the assumption about the interaction of a dark matter and of a baryonic matter. It is shown that a baryonic matter is continuously absorbs a dark gas from a surrounding space. It is accepted that a quantum of a light is a chain of a photons (which are interconnected by electromagnetic forces). They have a mass, a momentum, a kinetic energy and are it subjected to the force of gravity. They also interact with the dark matter. This an article is attempt to identify the quantitative effect of the dark matter in the universe on the propagation of the light from the distant stars for a great time of movement of the light wave to an observer on the Earth.