# First cosmological results using Type Ia supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: Measurement of the Hubble constant

@article{Macaulay2019FirstCR, title={First cosmological results using Type Ia supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: Measurement of the Hubble constant}, author={E. Macaulay and R. Nichol and D. Bacon and D. Brout and T. Davis and B. Zhang and B. Bassett and D. Scolnic and A. Moller and C. Dandrea and S. Hinton and R. Kessler and A. Kim and J. Lasker and C. Lidman and M. Sako and M. Smith and M. Sullivan and T. Abbott and S. Allam and J. Annis and J. Asorey and S. Avila and K. Bechtol and D. Brooks and P. Brown and D. Burke and J. Calcino and A. C. Rosell and D. Carollo and M. Kind and J. Carretero and F. Castander and T. Collett and M. Crocce and C. E. Cunha and L. Costa and C. Davis and J. Vicente and H. T. Diehl and P. Doel and A. Drlica-Wagner and T. Eifler and J. Estrada and A. E. Evrard and D. Finley and B. Flaugher and R. Foley and P. Fosalba and J. Frieman and L. Galbany and J. Garc'ia-Bellido and E. Gazta{\~n}aga and K. Glazebrook and S. Gonz'alez-Gait'an and D. Gruen and R. A. Gruendl and J. Gschwend and G. Guti{\'e}rrez and W. Hartley and D. Hollowood and K. Honscheid and J. Hoormann and B. Hoyle and D. Huterer and B. Jain and D. James and T. Jeltema and E. Kasai and E. Krause and K. Kuehn and N. Kuropatkin and O. Lahav and G. F. Lewis and T. Li and M. Lima and H. Lin and M. Maia and J. Marshall and P. Martini and R. Miquel and P. Nugent and A. Palmese and Y-C Pan and A. Plazas and A. Romer and A. Roodman and E. S{\'a}nchez and V. Scarpine and R. Schindler and M. Schubnell and S. Serrano and I. Sevilla-Noarbe and R. Sharp and M. Soares-santos and F. Sobreira and N. Sommer and E. Suchyta and E. Swann and M. Swanson and G. Tarl'e and D. Thomas and R. Thomas and B. Tucker and S. Uddin and V. Vikram and A. Walker and P. Wiseman}, journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society}, year={2019}, volume={486}, pages={2184-2196} }

We present an improved measurement of the Hubble constant (H0) using the 'inverse distance ladder' method, which adds the information from 207 Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) from the Dark Energy Survey (DES) at redshift 0.018 <z<0.85 to existing distance measurements of 122 low-redshift (z<0.07) SNe Ia (Low-z) and measurements ofBaryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAOs). Whereas traditional measurements of H0 with SNe Ia use a distance ladder of parallax and Cepheid variable stars, the inverse distance… CONTINUE READING

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