Modelling Redshift Space Distortions in Hierarchical Cosmologies

  • Elise Jennings
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Abstract

Galaxy redshift surveys allow us to study the 3D spatial distribution of galaxies and clusters. In a homogeneous universe, redshift measurements would probe only the Hubble flow and would provide accurate radial distances for galaxies. In reality, peculiar velocities are gravitationally induced by inhomogeneous structure and distort the measured distances.

Keywords

Power Spectrum Dark Energy Dark Energy Model Linear Growth Rate Peculiar Velocity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Elise Jennings
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  1. 1.Durham UniversityDurhamUK

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