Cosmological Results from High-z Supernovae* **

@article{Tonry2003CosmologicalRF,
  title={Cosmological Results from High-z Supernovae* **},
  author={John L. Tonry and B P Schmidt and Brian J. Barris and Pablo Candia and Peter M. Challis and Alejandro Clocchiatti and Alison L. Coil and Alexei V. Filippenko and Peter M. Garnavich and Craig Hogan and Stephen T. Holland and Saurabh W. Jha and R. P. Kirshner and Kevin Krisciunas and B. Leibundgut and Weidong Li and Thomas Matheson and Mark M. Phillips and Adam G. Riess and Robert A. Schommer and Ralph C. Smith and Jesper Sollerman and Jason Spyromilio and Christopher W. Stubbs and Nicholas B. Suntzeff},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={594},
  pages={1-24}
}
The High-z Supernova Search Team has discovered and observed eight new supernovae in the redshift interval z = 0.3-1.2. These independent observations, analyzed by similar but distinct methods, confirm the results of Riess and Perlmutter and coworkers that supernova luminosity distances imply an accelerating universe. More importantly, they extend the redshift range of consistently observed Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) to z ≈ 1, where the signature of cosmological effects has the opposite sign… Expand
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