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Modern cosmology: Interactive computer simulations that use recent observational surveys
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10.1119/1.4798490
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Fig. 1.

(Color online) output showing three different models (curves) and two different experimental data sets, SNe (black, ) and GRB (gray/red online, ), versus redshift. The three models differ only in their fractional matter and dark energy densities: correspond to top (blue), middle (green), and bottom (red), respectively. (Note: Labels are draggable in .)

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Fig. 2.

(Color online) output showing three different models (curves) compared to a data set of the expansion rates () of galaxies at different redshift. The three models differ only in their fractional matter and dark energy densities: correspond to bottom (blue), middle (green), and top (red), respectively.

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Fig. 3.

(Color online) output showing three different models (curves) compared to data sets of the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) ratio versus redshift. The three models differ only in their fractional matterand dark energy densities: correspond to top (blue), middle (green), and bottom (red), respectively.

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Fig. 4.

(Color online) output showing three different models (curves) of the expansion of the universe (scale factor) versus time (in years). The three models differ only in their fractional matter and dark energy densities: correspond to bottom (blue), middle (green), and top (red), respectively (below the solid Age Today line).

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Fig. 5.

(Color online) Universal geometries (assuming isotropy and homogeneity) for illustrating various inherent spacetime geometries given by . Top: Closed, sum of angles in triangle is greater than ; Middle: Open, sum of angles in triangle is less than ; Bottom: Flat, sum of angles in triangle is exactly . Image used with permission from NASA WMAP Science Team (2012), <http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/media/>.

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Scitation: Modern cosmology: Interactive computer simulations that use recent observational surveys
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aapt/journal/ajp/81/6/10.1119/1.4798490
10.1119/1.4798490
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