Nonlinear relativistic corrections to cosmological distances, redshift and gravitational lensing magnification: II. Derivation

@article{Umeh2014NonlinearRC,
  title={Nonlinear relativistic corrections to cosmological distances, redshift and gravitational lensing magnification: II. Derivation},
  author={Obinna Umeh and C. Clarkson and R. Maartens},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={205001}
}
The next generation of telescopes will usher in an era of precision cosmology, capable of determining the cosmological model to beyond the percent level. For this to be effective, the theoretical model must be understood to at least the same level of precision. A range of subtle relativistic effects remain to be explored theoretically, and offer the potential for probing general relativity in this new regime. We present the distance?redshift relation to second order in cosmological perturbation… Expand

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