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A new perspective on cosmology through Supernovae Ia and Gamma Ray Bursts
The actual knowledge of the structure and future evolution of our universe is based on the use of cosmological models, which can be tested through the so-called ’probes’, namely astrophysical
Closure relations during the plateau emission of Swift GRBs and the fundamental plane
The Neil Gehrels Swift observatory observe Gamma-Ray bursts (GRBs) plateaus in X-rays. We test the reliability of the closure relations through the fireball model when dealing with the GRB plateau
Running Hubble constant from the SNe Ia Pantheon sample?
. The mismatch between different independent measurements of the expansion rate of the Universe is known as the Hubble constant ( H 0 ) tension, and it is a serious and pressing problem in cosmology.