A new measurement of the Hubble constant and matter content of the universe using extragalactic background light γ-ray attenuation

@article{Dominguez2019ANM,
  title={A new measurement of the Hubble constant and matter content of the universe using extragalactic background light γ-ray attenuation},
  author={A. Dominguez and R. Wojtak and J. Finke and M. Ajello and K. Helgason and F. Prada and A. Desai and V. Paliya and L. Marcotulli and D. Hartmann},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={885},
  pages={137}
}
  • A. Dominguez, R. Wojtak, +7 authors D. Hartmann
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • A.D. is thankful for the support of the Ramn y Cajal program from the Spanish MINECO. R.W. was supported by a grant from VILLUM FONDEN (Project No. 16599). J.F. is supported by NASA under contract S-15633Y. M.A. and A.D. acknowledge funding support from NSF through grant AST-1715256. K.H. acknowledges support from the Icelandic Research Fund, grant No. 173728-051. D.H. and L.M. acknowledge funding support from NASA through grant 80NSSC18K1720. 
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