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Cosmic collisions: dark matter, dark energy & inflation

Cosmic collisions: dark matter, dark energy & inflation

Cosmic collisions: dark matter, dark energy & inflation. Max Tegmark, Penn/MIT. 100dpi. Smorgasbord. Measuring clustering. exp 9911. CMB. 1992-94. 2004. February 11, 2003: Add WMAP results. 105dpi. CMB. Boom zoom. De Bernardis et al 2000, Lange et al 2000. CMB. Boom zoom.

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Gravitational lensing of the CMB

Gravitational lensing of the CMB

Gravitational lensing of the CMB. Richard Lieu Jonathan Mittaz University of Alabama in Huntsville Tom Kibble Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London. Flat. +ve curvature. -ve curvature. Positive curvature: parallel rays converge, sources appear `larger’.

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Gravitational Lensing

Gravitational Lensing

Gravitational Lensing. By: Shawn Carney. What is Gravitational Lensing?. Gravitational lensing is a visual effect caused by the distortion of space-time caused by large masses. The paths that light follow no longer remain straight. History. General Relativity: Explain the orbit of Mercury

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GRAVITATIONAL LENSING

GRAVITATIONAL LENSING

GRAVITATIONAL LENSING. History, Discovery and Future Measuring Mass of Dark Matter. Vahe ’ Petrosian Stanford University Yerevan, April 23, 2009. Measuring Mass In the Universe. HOW? 1. Visible Ordinary Matter: Stars and Galaxies Measure light, Infer Mass

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Gravitational Lensing

Gravitational Lensing

Apparent position 2. True position 2. Apparent Position 1. True Position 1. Observer. Gravitational lens. “Looking into” the lens: extended objects are tangentially distorted. Gravitational Lensing. See the same effects that occur in more familiar optical

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Gravitational lensing of gravitational waves

Gravitational lensing of gravitational waves

Gravitational lensing of gravitational waves . In collaboration with M. Hattori & T. Futamase (Tohoku Univ.). . Yousuke Itoh ( RESCEU, U. of Tokyo) seminar@ICRR , 2012 June 26. Affiliation : Tohoku U.(Prof. Futamase )  AEI, Potsdam  UWM  Tohoku U.  RESCEU

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(A): Gravitational lensing

(A): Gravitational lensing

Les gens ont des étoiles qui ne sont pas les mêmes. Pour les uns qui voyagent, elles sont des guides. Pour les autres, elles ne sont rien que des petites lumières. Pour d’autres, qui sont savants, elles sont des problèmes. Le Petit Prince (Antoine de St Exupéry). (A): Gravitational lensing.

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Lensing of the CMB

Lensing of the CMB

Lensing of the CMB. Antony Lewis Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge http://cosmologist.info/. Talk based on recent review – this is recommended reading and fills in missing details and references :. Physics Reports review: astro-ph/0601594.

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CMB and cluster lensing

CMB and cluster lensing

CMB and cluster lensing. Antony Lewis Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge http://cosmologist.info/. Lewis & Challinor, Phys. Rept. 2006 : astro-ph/0601594. Lewis & King, PRD 2006 : astro-ph/0512104. Weak lensing of the CMB. Last scattering surface. Inhomogeneous universe

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CMB and cluster lensing

CMB and cluster lensing

CMB and cluster lensing. Antony Lewis Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge http://cosmologist.info/. Lewis & Challinor, Phys. Rept. 2006 : astro-ph/0601594. Lewis & King, PRD 2006 : astro-ph/0512104. Weak lensing of the CMB. Last scattering surface. Inhomogeneous universe

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Lensing of the CMB

Lensing of the CMB

Lensing of the CMB. Antony Lewis Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge http://cosmologist.info/. Review ref: Lewis, Challinor , Phys. Rep: astro-ph/0601594. Evolution of the universe. Opaque. Transparent. Hu & White, Sci. Am., 290 44 (2004).

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