Precise cosmological analysis of Type Ia supernovae: the Hubble constant and dark energy
The field of physical cosmology has advanced greatly in the last few decades. In this time, a holistic `concordance' model of our Universe has been pieced together: an isotropic and homogeneous Universe which started very small, went through a brief inflationary period, and obeys General Relativity. Approximately a third of its energy content can be attributed to matter (mostly cold dark matter, with some baryonic), and the remainder to `dark' energy, which...[Show more]
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