H0LiCOW XIII. A 2.4% measurement of $H_{0}$ from lensed quasars: $5.3\sigma$ tension between early and late-Universe probes

@article{Wong2020H0LiCOWXA,
  title={H0LiCOW XIII. A 2.4\% measurement of \$H\_\{0\}\$ from lensed quasars: \$5.3\sigma\$ tension between early and late-Universe probes},
  author={Kenneth C. Wong and S. Suyu and G. Chen and C. Rusu and M. Millon and D. Sluse and V. Bonvin and C. Fassnacht and S. Taubenberger and M. Auger and S. Birrer and J. Chan and F. Courbin and S. Hilbert and O. Tihhonova and T. Treu and A. Agnello and X. Ding and I. Jee and E. Komatsu and A. Shajib and A. Sonnenfeld and R. Blandford and L. Koopmans and P. Marshall and G. Meylan},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={498},
  pages={1420-1439}
}
We present a measurement of the Hubble constant ($H_{0}$) and other cosmological parameters from a joint analysis of six gravitationally lensed quasars with measured time delays. All lenses except the first are analyzed blindly with respect to the cosmological parameters. In a flat $\Lambda$CDM cosmology, we find $H_{0} = 73.3_{-1.8}^{+1.7}$, a 2.4% precision measurement, in agreement with local measurements of $H_{0}$ from type Ia supernovae calibrated by the distance ladder, but in $3.1\sigma… Expand
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