Measurements of the cosmological parameters omega and lambda from the first seven supernovae at z greater than or equal to 0.35

@inproceedings{Perlmutter1996MeasurementsOT,
  title={Measurements of the cosmological parameters omega and lambda from the first seven supernovae at z greater than or equal to 0.35},
  author={Saul Perlmutter and Smail Gabi and Gerson. Goldhaber and Donald E. Groom and Isobel M. Hook and A. G. Kim and M. Y. Kim and J. C. Lee and Carlton R. Pennypacker and I. A. Small and A. Goobar and R. Pain and Richard S. Ellis and Richard G. McMahon and Brian J. Boyle and Peter Bunclark and Daniel Carter and Michael J. Irwin and Karl Glazebrook and Heidi Jo Newberg and Alexei V. Filippenko and Thomas Matheson and Michael A Dopita and Warrick J. Couch},
  year={1996}
}
We have developed a technique to systematically discover and study high-redshift supernovae that can be used to measure the cosmological parameters. We report here results based on the initial seven of more than 28 supernovae discovered to date in the high-redshift supernova search of the Supernova Cosmology Project. We find an observational dispersion in peak magnitudes of ? -->MB=0.27; this dispersion narrows to ?MB, corr=0.19 after correcting the magnitudes using the light-curve width… Expand
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