DO RECENT SUPERNOVAE Ia OBSERVATIONS TEND TO RULE OUT ALL THE COSMOLOGIES

@article{Vishwakarma2005DORS,
  title={DO RECENT SUPERNOVAE Ia OBSERVATIONS TEND TO RULE OUT ALL THE COSMOLOGIES},
  author={Ram Gopal Vishwakarma},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics D},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={1641-1651}
}
  • R. G. Vishwakarma
  • Published 21 November 2005
  • Physics
  • International Journal of Modern Physics D
Dark energy and the accelerated expansion of the universe have been the direct predictions of the distant supernovae Ia observations which are also supported, indirectly, by the observations of the CMB anisotropies, gravitational lensing and the studies of galaxy clusters. Today these results are accommodated in what has become the concordance cosmology: a universe with flat spatial sections t = constant with about 70% of its energy in the form of Einstein's cosmological constant Λ and about 25… 

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