Measuring Angular Diameter Distances through Halo Clustering

@inproceedings{Hu2001MeasuringAD,
  title={Measuring Angular Diameter Distances through Halo Clustering},
  author={Wayne Hu and Dragan Huterer and Michael Joffre},
  year={2001}
}
Current and upcoming wide-field surveys for weak gravitational lensing and the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect will generate mass-selected catalogs of dark matter halos with internal or follow-up photometric redshift information. Using the shape of the linear power spectrum as a standard ruler that is calibrated by cosmic microwave background measurements, we find that a survey of 4000 deg 2 and a mass threshold of 10 14 can be used to determine M, the comoving angular diameter distance as a function… CONTINUE READING