Beatriz G. Pereira
The redshift drift of objects following the Hubble flow provides us with a unique (but still unfulfilled) opportunity to watch the universe expand in real time, and in a model-independent way. The first practical proposal for this measurement emerged in the context of the ELT (the so-called Sandage-Loeb test), but in recent years redshift drift measurements with other facilities have also been proposed. In this contribution we provide a comparative analysis of the constraining power of these measurements for various cosmological scenarios. Our analysis includes the latest techniques and facilities proposed in the Astro 2020 white papers call.
2019 November 28, 13:30
Centro de Astrofísica da Universidade do Porto (Classroom)
Rua das Estrelas, 4150-762 Porto