We present a fully relativistic framework to evaluate the impact of stochastic inhomogeneities on the prediction of the Hubble-Lemaître diagram. In this regard, we relate the fluctuations of the luminosity distance-redshift relation in the Cosmic Concordance model to the intrinsic uncertainty associated to the estimation of cosmological parameters from high-redshift surveys (up to z = 4). Within this framework and according to the specific of forthcoming surveys as Euclid Deep Survey and LSST, we show that the cosmic variance associated with the measurement of the Hubble constant will not exceed 0.1 %. Thanks to our results, we infer that deep surveys will provide an estimation of the the Hubble constant H0 which will be more precise than the one obtained from local sources, at least in regard of the intrinsic uncertainty related to a stochastic distribution of inhomogeneities.
Cosmology; Large Scale Structure; Inhomogeneous Universe; Hubble tension
The Sixteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting
Remo Ruffini, Gregory Vereshchagin
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