H0LiCOW – IX. Cosmographic analysis of the doubly imaged quasar SDSS 1206+4332 and a new measurement of the Hubble constant

@article{Birrer2019H0LiCOWI,
  title={H0LiCOW – IX. Cosmographic analysis of the doubly imaged quasar SDSS 1206+4332 and a new measurement of the Hubble constant},
  author={Simon Birrer and Tommaso Treu and Cristian E Rusu and Vivien Bonvin and Christopher D. Fassnacht and James H. H. Chan and Adriano Agnello and Anowar J. Shajib and G C-F Chen and Matthew W. Auger and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Courbin and Stefan Hilbert and Dominique Sluse and Sherry H. Suyu and Kenneth C. Wong and P J Marshall and Brian C. Lemaux and Georges Meylan},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019}
}
We present a blind time-delay strong lensing (TDSL) cosmographic analysis of the doubly imaged quasar SDSS 1206+4332 . We combine the relative time delay between the quasar images, Hubble Space Telescope imaging, the Keck stellar velocity dispersion of the lensing galaxy, and wide-field photometric and spectroscopic data of the field to constrain two angular diameter distance relations. The combined analysis is performed by forward modelling the individual data sets through a Bayesian… 

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