Cosmology Intertwined II: The Hubble Constant Tension

  title={Cosmology Intertwined II: The Hubble Constant Tension},
  author={Eleonora Di Valentino and Luis A. Anchordoqui and Yacine Ali-Haimoud and Luca Amendola and Nikki Arendse and Marika Asgari and Mario Ballardini and Elia Stefano Battistelli and Micol Benetti and Simon Birrer and M arco Bruni and Erminia Calabrese and David Camarena and Salvatore Capozziello and Angela Chen and Jens Chluba and Anton Chudaykin and Eoin 'O Colg'ain and Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine and Paolo Bernardis and Jacques Delabrouille and Jo Dunkley and Agnes Fert'e and Fabio Finelli and Wendy L. Freedman and Noemi Frusciante and Elena Giusarma and Adria G'omez-Valent and Will Handley and Luke Hart and A. F. Heavens and Hendrik Hildebrandt and Daniel E. Holz and Dragan Huterer and Mikhail M. Ivanov and Shahab Joudaki and Marc Kamionkowski and Tanvi Karwal and Lloyd Knox and L. Lamagna and Julien Lesgourgues and Matteo Lucca and Valerio Marra and Silvia Masi and S. Matarrese and Alessandro Melchiorri and Olga Mena and Laura Mersini-Houghton and Vivian Miranda and David F. Mota and J. Muir and Ankan Mukherjee and Florian Niedermann and Alessio Notari and Rafael C. Nunes and Francesco Pace and Antonella Palmese and Supriya Pan and Daniela Paoletti and Valeria Pettorino and Francesco Piacentini and Vivian Poulin and M. Raveri and Adam G. Riess and Vincenzo Salzano and Emmanuel N. Saridakis and Anjan A. Sen and Arman Shafieloo and Anowar J. Shajib and Joseph I. Silk and Alessandra Silvestri and Martin S. Sloth and Tristan L. Smith and Carsten van de Bruck and Licia Verde and Luca Visinelli and Benjamin D. Wandelt and Weiqiang Yang},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},

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