Constraints on Janus Cosmological model from recent observations of supernovae type Ia

  • G. D’AgostiniEmail author
  • J. P. Petit
Original Article


From our exact solution of the Janus Cosmological equation we derive the relation of the predicted magnitude of distant sources versus their red shift. The comparison, through this one free parameter model, to the available data from 740 distant supernovae shows an excellent fit.


Cosmic acceleration Concordance model Dark matter Dark energy High-z supernovae Deceleration parameter Negative mass Janus Cosmological model Age of the universe Bimetric model 


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