Direct Acceleration: Cosmic and Exoplanet Synergies

Show simple item record Erskine, David en Kim, Alex en Linder, Eric en Buschmann, Malte en Easther, Richard en Ferraro, Simone en Muirhead, Philip en Phillips, David en Ravi, Aakash en Safdi, Benjamin en Schaan, Emmanuel en Silverwood, Hamish en Walsworth, Ronald en 2019-09-12T22:20:26Z en
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dc.description.abstract Direct measurement of acceleration is a key scientific goal for both cosmology and exoplanets. For cosmology, the concept of redshift drift (more than 60 years old by the 2020s) could directly establish the Friedmann-Lema{\^\i}tre-Robertson-Walker model. It would increase the dark energy figure of merit by a factor of 3 beyond Stage 4 experiments, in combination with cosmic microwave background measurements. For exoplanets, the same technology required provides unprecedented radial velocity accuracy, enabling detection of Earth mass planets in the habitable zone. Other science cases include mapping the Milky Way gravitational potential and testing its dark matter distribution. en
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dc.subject astro-ph.IM en
dc.subject astro-ph.IM en
dc.subject astro-ph.CO en
dc.subject astro-ph.EP en
dc.title Direct Acceleration: Cosmic and Exoplanet Synergies en
dc.type Journal Article en
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pubs.elements-id 766315 en Science en Physics en
pubs.arxiv-id 1903.05656 en
pubs.record-created-at-source-date 2019-03-14 en
pubs.record-made-public-at-source-date 2019-03-14 en

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