There are various approaches for finding this Big Bang position:
- The most important reference is the zone of background radiation with the highest temperature. The center of the Big Bang has to be located on this line, which is designated as the zero axis.
- The zone with the greatest accumulation of the most distant objects or the fastest respective escape movement is also located on the zero axis between the Big Bang and the Earth.
Further references allow the estimation of the distance between the Earth and the Big Bang:
- The specific period of the cooling down of the zones in the background radiation (age)
- The distance between both extreme zones of background radiation (path)
- Cataloging objects of similar velocity in relation to the zero axis (layer model)