Observing relativistic features in large-scale structure surveys – II. Doppler magnification in an ensemble of relativistic simulations

@article{Coates2020ObservingRF,
  title={Observing relativistic features in large-scale structure surveys – II. Doppler magnification in an ensemble of relativistic simulations},
  author={Louis Coates and Julian Adamek and Philip Bull and Caroline Guandalin and Chris Clarkson},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
The standard cosmological model is inherently relativistic, and yet a wide range of cosmological observations can be predicted accurately from essentially Newtonian theory. This is not the case on `ultra-large' distance scales, around the cosmic horizon size, however, where relativistic effects can no longer be neglected. In this paper, we present a novel suite of 53 fully relativistic simulations generated using the gevolution code, each covering the full sky out to $z \approx$ 0.85, and… 
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