The dark energy equation of state using alternative cosmic high-z tracers

M. Plionis, R. Terlevich, S. Basilakos, F. Bresolin, E. Terlevich, J. Melnick, R. Chavez

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We propose to use alternative cosmic tracers to measure the dark energy equation of state and the matter content of the Universe [w(z) & Ωm]. Our proposed method consists of two components: (a) tracing the Hubble relation using HII galaxies which can be detected up to very large redshifts, z ∼ 4, as an alternative to supernovae type Ia, and (b) measuring the clustering pattern of X-ray selected AGN at a median redshift of ∼ 1. Each component of the method can in itself provide interesting constraints on the cosmological parameters, especially under our anticipation that we will reduce the corresponding random and systematic errors significantly. However, by joining their likelihood functions we will be able to put stringent cosmological constraints and break the known degeneracies between the dark energy equation of state (whether it is constant or variable) and the matter content of the universe and provide a powerful and alternative route to measure the contribution to the global dynamics and the equation of state of dark energy. A preliminary joint analysis of X-ray selected AGN clustering (based on the largest to-date XMM survey; the 2XMM) and the currently largest SNIa sample, the Constitution set (Hicken et al.), using as priors a flat universe and the WMAP5 normalization of the power-spectrum, provides: Ωm 0.27 0.02 and w= -0.96 0.07. Equivalent and consistent results are provided by the joint analysis of X-ray selected AGN clustering and the latest Baryonic Acoustic Oscillation measures, providing: Ωm 0.270.02 and w= -0.970.04.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo012025
PublicaciónJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volumen222
N.º1
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene 2010
Evento1st Mediterranean Conference on Classical and Quantum Gravity, MCCQG 2009 - Kolymbari, Crete, Grecia
Duración: 14 sep 200918 sep 2009

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dark energy
tracers
equations of state
universe
x rays
random errors
constitution
XMM-Newton telescope
tracing
systematic errors
supernovae
power spectra
routes
galaxies
oscillations
acoustics

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Plionis, M. ; Terlevich, R. ; Basilakos, S. ; Bresolin, F. ; Terlevich, E. ; Melnick, J. ; Chavez, R. / The dark energy equation of state using alternative cosmic high-z tracers. En: Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2010 ; Vol. 222, N.º 1.
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Plionis, M, Terlevich, R, Basilakos, S, Bresolin, F, Terlevich, E, Melnick, J & Chavez, R 2010, 'The dark energy equation of state using alternative cosmic high-z tracers', Journal of Physics: Conference Series, vol. 222, n.º 1, 012025. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/222/1/012025

The dark energy equation of state using alternative cosmic high-z tracers. / Plionis, M.; Terlevich, R.; Basilakos, S.; Bresolin, F.; Terlevich, E.; Melnick, J.; Chavez, R.

En: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Vol. 222, N.º 1, 012025, 01.01.2010.

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