Stars, producing around a spatial field, would be removed from each other, if they had not kept a gravitational field. 2. Gravitational field, holding the stars in stellar associations galaxies 'squeezes' the spatial field in intergalactic space. 3. Gravity share holding in the galaxy clusters, squeezes generated field space in metagalactic space increasing, thus, the total volume of the universe.
4. Increased Metagalaxy leads to a mutual distance from each other galaxy clusters. 5. The farther away from us is observed object, the greater the thickness of a newly formed space, we see it, the sooner he is removed on tons of us. In fact, in this case must be observed redshift galaxies, ie it must be observed proportionality of the rate of removal of galaxies as a function of distance from them, in accordance with the law of Hubble. Generated by the spatial field, as the force repulsive galaxy, is meaningful only in the intergalactic distances and it is much weaker gravitational field. This is because the strength of the gravitational field decreases depending on the square of the distance, and the generation of space occurs in some linear law, and therefore at greater distances, it begins to exceed the attractive forces. On the action force, the repulsive galaxies can be comparable to the cosmological "lambda-member" in Einstein's equations. At the very large distances the effect of this force leads to the fact that the space objects are gravitationally not dependent on each other and they can move at speeds exceeding the speed of light.