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First cosmological results using Type Ia supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: measurement of the Hubble constant

  • Author(s): Macaulay, E
  • Nichol, RC
  • Bacon, D
  • Brout, D
  • Davis, TM
  • Zhang, B
  • Bassett, BA
  • Scolnic, D
  • Möller, A
  • D’Andrea, CB
  • Hinton, SR
  • Kessler, R
  • Kim, AG
  • Lasker, J
  • Lidman, C
  • Sako, M
  • Smith, M
  • Sullivan, M
  • Abbott, TMC
  • Allam, S
  • Annis, J
  • Asorey, J
  • Avila, S
  • Bechtol, K
  • Brooks, D
  • Brown, P
  • Burke, DL
  • Calcino, J
  • Carnero Rosell, A
  • Carollo, D
  • Carrasco Kind, M
  • Carretero, J
  • Castander, FJ
  • Collett, T
  • Crocce, M
  • Cunha, CE
  • da Costa, LN
  • Davis, C
  • De Vicente, J
  • Diehl, HT
  • Doel, P
  • Drlica-Wagner, A
  • Eifler, TF
  • Estrada, J
  • Evrard, AE
  • Filippenko, AV
  • Finley, DA
  • Flaugher, B
  • Foley, RJ
  • Fosalba, P
  • Frieman, J
  • Galbany, L
  • García-Bellido, J
  • Gaztanaga, E
  • Glazebrook, K
  • González-Gaitán, S
  • Gruen, D
  • Gruendl, RA
  • Gschwend, J
  • Gutierrez, G
  • Hartley, WG
  • Hollowood, DL
  • Honscheid, K
  • Hoormann, JK
  • Hoyle, B
  • Huterer, D
  • Jain, B
  • James, DJ
  • Jeltema, T
  • Kasai, E
  • Krause, E
  • Kuehn, K
  • Kuropatkin, N
  • Lahav, O
  • Lewis, GF
  • Li, TS
  • Lima, M
  • Lin, H
  • Maia, MAG
  • Marshall, JL
  • Martini, P
  • Miquel, R
  • Nugent, P
  • Palmese, A
  • Pan, Y-C
  • Plazas, AA
  • Romer, AK
  • Roodman, A
  • Sanchez, E
  • Scarpine, V
  • Schindler, R
  • Schubnell, M
  • Serrano, S
  • Sevilla-Noarbe, I
  • Sharp, R
  • Soares-Santos, M
  • Sobreira, F
  • Sommer, NE
  • Suchyta, E
  • Swann, E
  • Swanson, MEC
  • Tarle, G
  • Thomas, D
  • Thomas, RC
  • Tucker, BE
  • Uddin, SA
  • Vikram, V
  • Walker, AR
  • Wiseman, P
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2019 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society. We present an improved measurement of the Hubble constant (H0) using the 'inverse distance ladder' method, which adds the information from 207 Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) from the Dark Energy Survey (DES) at redshift 0.018

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