Testing AdS early dark energy with Planck, SPTpol, and LSS data

  title={Testing AdS early dark energy with Planck, SPTpol, and LSS data},
  author={Junkai Jiang and Yunsong Piao},
  journal={Physical Review D},
The Hubble tension might be resolved by injecting a new energy component, called Early Dark Energy (EDE), prior to recombination. An Anti-de Sitter (AdS) phase around recombination can make the injected energy decay faster, which thus allows a higher EDE fraction (so larger H0) while prevents degrading the CMB fit. In this work, we test the AdS-EDE model with CMB and Large-Scale Structure (LSS) data. Our CMB dataset consists of low-` part of Planck TT spectrum and SPTpol polarization and… 
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