The Kaiser-Rocket effect: three decades and counting

@article{BahrKalus2021TheKE,
  title={The Kaiser-Rocket effect: three decades and counting},
  author={Benedict Bahr-Kalus and Daniele Bertacca and Licia Verde and A. F. Heavens},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2021},
  volume={2021}
}
The peculiar motion of the observer, if not accurately accounted for, is bound to induce a well-defined clustering signal in the distribution of galaxies. This signal is related to the Kaiser rocket effect. Here we examine the amplitude and form of this effect, both analytically and numerically, and discuss possible implications for the analysis and interpretation of forthcoming cosmological surveys. For an idealistic cosmic variance dominated full-sky survey with a Gaussian selection function… Expand
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