Cosmological Parameters


purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS 2014 - Ofer Lahav, Andrew R. Liddle (2014)

purpledot QUASAR LENSING - Neal Jackson (2013)

purpledot COSMOLOGICAL FORMULAE - Hans de Ruiter (2010)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT AND DARK ENERGY - P.J.E. Peebles & B. Ratra (2003)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - O. Lahav & A.R. Liddle (2004)

purpledot THE HUBBLE CONSTANT FROM GRAVITATIONAL LENS TIME DELAYS - C. S. Kochanek & P.L. Schechter (2004)

purpledot QUASAR LENSING: THE OBSERVER'S POINT OF VIEW - F. Courbin (2003)

purpledot COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT - THE WEIGHT OF THE VACUUM - T. Padmanabhan (2002)

purpledot COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS: FASHION AND FACTS - A. Blanchard (2003)

purpledot THE DYNAMICAL PARAMETERS OF THE UNIVERSE - Matts Roos and S. M. Harun-or-Rashid (2002)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT AND DARK ENERGY - P.J.E. Peebles and Bharat Ratra (2002)

purpledot THE CASE FOR A POSITIVE COSMOLOGICAL LAMBDA-TERM - Varun Sahni and Alexei Starobisnky (2000)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT PROBLEM AND QUINTESSENCE - Varun Sahni (2002)

purpledot THE QUEST FOR THE COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - M. Plionis (2002)

purpledot NED WRIGHT'S COSMOLOGY TUTORIAL (UCLA)

purpledot DICK McCRAY'S ON-LINE COURSE NOTES (UNIV. COLORADO)

purpledotCOSMOLOGY CALCULATORS:
purpledot (1) NED WRIGHT (UCLA)

purpledot (2) NICK GNEDIN (UNIV. COLORADO)

purpledot (3) RICCARDO SCARPA (ESO)

purpledot (4) FRANK MASCI (IPAC-Caltech)

purpledot THE CLUSTERING OF LIGHT AND OF MASS - Augustus Oemler, Jr. (1988)

purpledot FINAL RESULTS FROM THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE KEY PROJECT TO MEASURE THE HUBBLE CONSTANT - Wendy L. Freedman et al. (2001)

purpledot DARK ENERGY AND THE PREPOSTEROUS UNIVERSE - Sean M. Carroll (2001)

purpledot COSMIC FLOWS: A STATUS REPORT - S. Courteau and A. Dekel (2001)

purpledot COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - Joel R. Primack (2000)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL TESTS - P. J. E. Peebles (2001)

purpledot SPACE, TIME, AND MATTER: COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS 2001 - Lawrence M. Krauss (2000)

purpledot GRAVITATIONAL LENSING AND THE EXTRAGALACTIC DISTANCE SCALE - Roger D. Blandford and Tomislav Kundic (1997)

purpledot HOT DARK MATTER IN COSMOLOGY - Joel R. Primack and Michael A. K. Gross (2000)

purpledot STATUS OF COSMOLOGY - Joel R. Primack

purpledot MEASURING OMEGA Avishai Dekel, David Burstein, Simon D.M. White (1997)

purpledot COSMOLOGICAL FIELD THEORY FOR OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMERS - YA. B. Zel'dovich (1986)

purpledot WHY THE UNIVERSE IS JUST SO - C.J. Hogan (2000)

purpledot THE GLOBAL COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - M. Fukugita (1999)

purpledot A CRITICAL REVIEW OF SELECTED TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING EXTRAGALACTIC DISTANCES - George H. Jacoby et al (1992)

purpledot LARGE SCALES - LARGE NUMBERS - LARGE EFFORTS: HISTORICAL ANNOTATIONS - W. C. Seitter (1987)

purpledot MEASUREMENT OF GALAXY DISTANCES - Jeffrey A. Willick (1999)

purpledot CALIBRATION OF THE EXTRAGALACTIC DISTANCE SCALE - Barry F. Madore and Wendy L. Freedman (1998)

purpledot SUPERNOVAE, AN ACCELERATING UNIVERSE AND THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT - Robert P. Kirshner (1999)

Abstract. Observations of supernova explosions halfway back to the Big Bang give plausible evidence that the expansion of the universe has been accelerating since that epoch, approximately 8 billion years ago and suggest that energy associated with the vacuum itself may be responsible for the acceleration.

purpledot THE COSMIC TRIANGLE: REVEALING THE STATE OF THE UNIVERSE - Neta A. Bahcall, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Saul Perlmutter, Paul J. Steinhardt (1999)

Abstract. The cosmic triangle is introduced as a way of representing the past, present, and future status of the universe. Our current location within the cosmic triangle is determined by the answers to three questions: How much matter is in the universe? Is the expansion rate slowing down or speeding up? And, is the universe flat? A review of recent observations suggests a universe that is lightweight (matter density about one-third the critical value), is accelerating, and is flat. The acceleration implies the existence of cosmic dark energy that overcomes the gravitational self-attraction of matter and causes the expansion to speed up.

purpledot SCALING THE UNIVERSE: GRAVITATIONAL LENSES AND THE HUBBLE CONSTANT - Steven T. Myers (1999)

Abstract. Gravitational lenses, besides being interesting in their own right, have been demonstrated to be suitable as ``gravitational standard rulers'' for the measurement of the rate of expansion of the Universe (H0), as well as to constrain the values of the cosmological parameters such as Omega0 and Lambda0 that control the evolution of the volume of the Universe with cosmic time.

cartoon purpledot MEASURING COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - Wendy L. Freedman (1996)

purpledot DETERMINATION OF COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS - Wendy L. Freedman (2000)

purpledot DISTANCE MEASURES IN COSMOLOGY - David W. Hogg (1999)

purpledot IS COSMOLOGY SOLVED? An Astrophysical Cosmologist's Viewpoint - P. J. E. Peebles (1999)

purpledot A YOUNGER AGE FOR THE UNIVERSE - Charles H. Lineweaver (1999)

purpledot THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT - Sean M. Carroll and William H. Press (1992)

purpledot EXTRAGALACTIC REDSHIFTS - John Huchra



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