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Cosmography with Standard Sirens from the Einstein Telescope

  title={Cosmography with Standard Sirens from the Einstein Telescope},
  author={J. M. de Souza and Riccardo Sturani and Jailson Alcaniz},
We discuss the power of third-generation gravitational wave detectors to constrain cosmographic parameters in the case of electromagnetically bright standard sirens focusing on the specific case of the Einstein Telescope. We analyze the impact that the redshift source distribution, the number of detections and the observational error in the luminosity distance have on the inference of the first cosmographic parameters, and show that with a few hundreds detections the Hubble constant can be… 
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