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Constraining the Hubble constant to a precision of about 1% using multi-band dark standard siren detections

  title={Constraining the Hubble constant to a precision of about 1\% using multi-band dark standard siren detections},
  author={Liang-Gui Zhu and Ling-Hua Xie and Yiming Hu and Shuai Liu and En-Kun Li and Nicola R. Napolitano and Bai-Tian Tang and Jian-dong Zhang and Jian-wei Mei},
Liang-Gui Zhu, 2 Ling-Hua Xie, Yi-Ming Hu, 2, ∗ Shuai Liu, 2, † En-Kun Li, 2, ‡ Nicola R. Napolitano, Bai-Tian Tang, Jian-dong Zhang, 2, § and Jianwei Mei 2 School of Physics and Astronomy, Sun Yat-sen University (Zhuhai Campus), Zhuhai 519082, P.R. China MOE Key Laboratory of TianQin Mission, TianQin Research Center for Gravitational Physics, Frontiers Science Center for TianQin, CNSA Research Center for Gravitational Waves, Sun Yat-sen University (Zhuhai Campus), Zhuhai 519082, P.R. China… 
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